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The Loch Lomond Distillery was established in 1966 on the shores of the lake Loch Lomond in the western Highlands. It is one of the few Scottish distilleries that produce both malt and grain whisky. Loch Lomond now has various types of stills under the roof: classic pot stills, Lomond stills (a kind of enhanced pot stills) and continuous stills. One of the continuous stills is fed exclusively with barley malt. Loch Lomond calls the end product thereof 'malt whisky'. There are doubts about that.
Loch Lomond produces whisky under various labels. To name a few: Craiglodge, Croftengea, Inchfad, Inchmoan,Inch Murrin and Old Rhosdhu.
Inchmurrin is not very well known, but it is a brand under which the famous Loch Lomond Distillery makes single malt whisky. Lady of the Glen bottled a 22 year old Inchmurrin. It matured in a bourbon cask and was finished in sherry for about four years.
The Loch Lomond Distillery in the Highlands produces different types of whisky with different types of stills under different labels. This 12-year-old single malt was released under their own Loch Lomond label, matured in bourbon casks and bottled at 46%.
Released at the end of 2020, this 12 year old Loch Lomond single malt whisky. It matured in 3 different types of bourbon cask (1st fill, refill and re-charred). That resulted in a dram with notes of peach, pear, sweet vanilla and a hint of peat smoke. 46%
This 18 year old whisky from the Loch Lomond Distillery comes from the unique Loch Lomond stills, a distinct kind of pot stills, and is made from barley malt. It matured in American oak casks. In the flavor profile there is a hint of peat and smoke. (46%)
The quirky Loch Lomond Distillery in the West Highlands is one of the few Scotch distilleries to produce both malt and grain whisky. This is a single malt whisky in the Fruit & Spice series. It is 18 years old and it matured in bourbon casks. (46%)
A 28-year-old Loch Lomond single malt whisky is quite rare. Bottler Whisky-Doris released one at the end of 2018. A typical Loch Lomond, full and rich in taste through its age. Matured in a bourbon barrel and bottled at cask strength (48.7%).
This 13-year-old Loch Lomond single malt whisky is bottled in the beautifully designed bottles of bottler Claxton’s. The whisky matured on a bourbon barrel and Claxton's bottled it at cask strength (57.5%) for their The Single Cask series.
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