The most recent addition to Douglas Laing's Regional Malt Range. This whisky is a blended malt from "some of their best, and indeed rarest, casks of Campbeltown single malt." Named after the alleged place that Robert the Bruce saw a spider struggling to build a web again and again, giving him the will power to keep fighting.
- Region: Campbeltown
- Age/Name: The Gauldrons
- Size: 70cl
- Strength: 46.2% ABV
- Bottled By: Douglas Laing
- Chill-Filtered: No
A mixture of sweet and spice on the nose, accompanied by a medicinal character.
As you sip this whisky, you are instantly reminded of the sea, This maitime feel enhances the fresh fruity taste of pear. Near the end of the palate you get salted caramel and toffee.
Quite a long finish with the lingering taste of vanilla and orchard fruits.