Douglas Laing & Co has unveiled a limited edition single grain scotch whisky, available exclusively at its website.

The Scotch whisky producer has introduced 155 bottles of Old Particular Single Cask, a 22-year-old whisky at a natural cask strength of 48.9% ABV.

The Easter edition whisky is designed for spring season and is bottled without colouring or chill-filtration. The label of the bottle features springtime flowers, bees and rabbits signifying the season.

The bottle comes within a wooden gift box.

Douglas Laing whisky director Cara Laing said: “With notes of cinnamon and chocolate, we selected this single cask for bottling many months ago on the basis it would be the perfect accompaniment to some Easter chocolate indulgences.

“It now seems particularly fitting that it also marks the coming of spring and hopefully brighter days.”

The new offering will be available across Europe, the UK and select Asian markets.

Established in 1948, Douglas Laing & Co is an independent, family owned whisky business. It is headquartered in Glasgow, Scotland.

In October last year, the company acquired 100% stake in Strathearn Distillery for an undisclosed sum.

Strathearn Distillery is involved in blending and bottling of small-batch, hand-crafted single cask and blended malt scotch whiskies. The distillery began production activities in 2013.

Douglas Laing also expanded its Xtra Old Particular (XOP) single cask portfolio last year by adding XOP The Black Series Springbank Vintage 1994 variant. The offering is said to have been matured in an ex-Sherry hogshead.