Douglas Laing has been independantly bottling Scotch since 1948, and have several ranges that include blended malts, blended whiskies, single malts, and single grain. The Old Particular range consists of single cask malt or grain whiskies sourced from highly-sought after distilleries from all over Scotland, all non-chill filtered, with no added colouring and bottled at natural cask strength. Invergordon is another distillery which usually produces grain whiskies mainly for blends, so this 279-bottle release is another great example of how good single grain whiskies can be. Full of buttery, nutty aromas with a red berry edge. The palate has notes of caramels, spice and those red berries. The finish is dry with toffee and cocao lingering in the back. Serve on ice.