William Lawson’s is a classic blended Scotch whisky with a sweet, medium-bodied flavor. Made with a high malt content, the blend was first produced by William Lawson in 1849.
Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt
Nose: Sweet spice and creamy barley malt. A touch of cocoa butter, dried peels and oak.
Palate: Date and raisin, hints of walnut loaf, allspice and toasted oak.
Finish: Toasted, malty finish. Hints of pepper.
Overall: A creamy, rounded blend.
William Lawson’s Finest Blend is sweet and medium-bodied in style, with a high malt content. At its core is the single malt of Macduff distillery, married with various bold malts and grain whiskies with a fruit forward character – no peated whisky is added.