Sourced from an undisclosed Islay distillery comes Scarabus, a single malt from Hunter Laing launched for Fèis Ìle 2019. Scarabus means ‘rocky place’ in Old Norse, named after a mystical area of Islay... Read more

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Name Scarabus
Brand Hunter Laing
Average Price £38.26
Type Scotch Whisky
Region Scotch Whisky

Product Properties

Volume 700ml
Alcohol Content (ABV) 46%
Country of Origin Scotland
Created On CasKompare 02-17-2022

Product Description

Sourced from an undisclosed Islay distillery comes Scarabus, a single malt from Hunter Laing launched for Fèis Ìle 2019. Scarabus means ‘rocky place’ in Old Norse, named after a mystical area of Islay. The whole expression is quite mysterious, from the secretive distillery to the golden symbols adorning the bottle. A very handsome bottling housing delicious Islay whisky. ~ Master of Malt

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About The Brand: Hunter Laing

In Glasgow, Frederick Laing, the father of Stewart Laing, established his whisky mixing company. Then Stewart begins his lengthy relationship with the whisky industry by working with his father in the family company. Stewart then expands the family's trademarks in South American and Asian markets, including the House of Peers blends. Global demand for single malt scotch whiskey is starting to rise. The market is exposed to the premium single cask bottlings under the Old Malt Cask brand. The cask strength 'Platinum' line of Old and Rare bottlings receives a warm welcome when it debuts on the market. Sales of the Old Malt Cask and Old and Rare brands are increasing as they amass a devoted following among aficionados all over the world. The First Editions brand of whiskies is created by Andrew, Stewart's son, who also founded Edition Spirits Ltd. Founded with its corporate headquarters in Glasgow at 16 Park Circus, Hunter Laing & Co. Ltd. Edition Spirits Ltd. and the Premier Bonding bottling business are both absorbed by the business. About 2010 marks Stewart's 50th anniversary in the scotch whiskey business. 2015 saw the purchase and development of an East Kilbride facility for maturing 14,000 casks. On the island of Islay, the next purchase will be a famous greenfield location called Ardnahoe. A single malt distillery was given permission to be built in September of that year. The Ardnahoe Distillery's construction gets under way in January and continues all year. The first barrel is filled at the Ardnahoe Distillery in November after the start of spirit production in October. The Ardnahoe Distillery formally welcomes visitors. The first ever dram of Ardnahoe Single Malt Scotch Whisky is pulled from the cask as the Ardnahoe Distillery celebrates the spirit turning three.

Read more about Hunter Laing on their website.

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