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Douglas Laing & Co. introduced Double Barrel Blended Malt range in 2009 with the initial release of single casks of Laphroaig and Macallan married together and bottled at 46% abv. The idea behind the series is to mix two opposing styles of whisky; in that case it is a marriage of peppery and peated Islander with malty and slightly nutty Speysider. Talisker and Craigellachie are both very good malts, but it looks like the former has stronger influence on the palate of the blended malt. Double Barrel range is bottled at 46% abv and without chill-filtration.
Nose: fresh, malty and fruity, apples, pears, lemon peel, honey, vanilla, pepper, hints of hay and fading hints of smoke.
Palate: slightly smoky, with notes of milk chocolate, breakfast cereals, licorice, salted nuts, white pepper, candied ginger and hints of oak.
Finish: fairly long, malty and peppery, with hints of tobacco and licorice.