Loch Lomond 12 Year Single Malt Scotch
This exquisite 12-year-old single malt has a deep fruity character of peach and pear layered with a vanilla sweetness and. The characteristic hints of peat and smoke found in loch Lomond whiskies. Aged in three types of cask – bourbon, refill and re-charged – these whiskies are brought together delivering a perfectly balanced single malt under the watchful eye of Michael henry our master distiller.
Loch Lomond 12 Year Old has been aged in three types of cask: bourbon, refill, and recharged. Fruity with notes of pear, lemon, vanilla, and biscuit.
Loch Lomond is a distillery that rests just at the edge of the Highlands region of Scotland, bordering the Lowlands. It’s the only Scottish distillery to produce both grain and single malts in the same facility. This single malt whisky is a marriage of three cask treatments – ex-bourbon, refill, and re-charge – with a total of 12 years of maturation.
The original ‘Loch Lomond’ distillery was founded in Tarbet in 1814, at the northern edge of the Loch from which it took its name. Unfortunately, the business lasted all of three years before production ceased and little of its story has survived to the present day. In order to tell the story of the current distillery, however, we must first travel even further back in time.
12-year-old single malt Scotch whisky from Loch Lomond, which is well known for being able to produce a wide variety of styles of whisky in their distillery in the Highland region. This particular expression was drawn from a selection of three cask types – bourbon casks, refill casks, and recharged casks.
Creamy vanilla, with a touch of freshly baked apple turnover.
Brown sugar and five-spice. Orchard fruit notes continue, with a hint of yellow plum too.
Quite drying, though still sweet with vanilla.