Hunter Laing


Hunter Laing & Co. Ltd. is a family company with an unrivalled pedigree as blenders and bottlers of the finest scotch whisky.

Starting work with his father as a young man, company founder Stewart H. Laing has spent almost fifty years in the industry – first as a blender, and latterly also as a bottler of some of the finest single cask scotch whiskies in the market. Stewart learned the whisky industry the hard way – working as an apprentice at Bruichladdich distillery on Islay before joining his father in the export business. Accompanying his father Frederick until his death in 1982, Stewart travelled the world selling the company’s brands – blends which were frequently best-sellers in the company’s main markets of Asia and South America. In order to create those whiskies, Frederick purchased and laid down many hundreds of casks from distilleries all over Scotland – many of which, sadly, have long since closed. These casks however are still with us, and it is due to Frederick Laing’s foresight that we are still able to taste these exceptional whiskies.

Today, Stewart is joined by his sons Scott and Andrew at Hunter Laing. As single cask bottlers in their own right, they know the importance of selecting the choicest casks – there are few more knowledgeable consumers of a product than the single malt consumer. It is their goal that in the years ahead Hunter Laing & Co. Ltd will continue to be regarded as one of the most respected and trusted names in the scotch whisky market.


Old Malt Cask.

Single cask bottlings from some of Scotland’s most sought after distilleries.

Old and Rare.
The rarest – and most remarkable – single malts available today.

Douglas of Drumlanrig.
A collection of single malts inspired by the estate of the Duke of Buccleuch.


Pictures courtesy of Hunter Laing.

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  1. M Akerley says:

    Thanks for this information


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