Brora 1972 Douglas Laing 30 Year Old 75cl / The Brorageddon
A cask strength Brora, distilled in 1972 and bottled in February 2003 at 30 years old by Douglas Laing.
The Old Malt Cask series is one of the most established independent labels on the market. It was launched by Douglas Laing in 1998 and bottled by them until 2013 when the brand became part of the Hunter Laing portfolio instead.
Brora was reopened after a brief hiatus in 1969 to produce heavily peated single malt for blending, owing to a shortage in Islay spirit caused by drought that year. Vintages from 1973 onwards reverted the lighter peated Highland style.
Specially selected for the Plowed Society by The Whisky Shop in 2003.
One of 201 bottles.
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