Review of the Loch Lomond
12 year old single malt
Loch Lomond 12 year old contains whisky
produced in two types of still, Loch
Lomond's traditional copper pot stills
and their unique "Lomond" style copper
pot stills equipped with rectifying
heads which can be used to vary the
length of the still neck. It was matured in a
combination of three types of cask,
Bourbon, Refill and Recharged casks and
then brought together under the watchful
eye of master distiller Michael Henry.
The Loch Lomond 12 year old is
bottled at 46% ABV, it is currently
available from specialist whisky shops
Morrison's Tasting Notes:
Sweet malt and candied pear, a little
lemon and some spice in the background.
Deliciously sweet, fresh and rich mouth
coating fruit, candied pear and lemon, a
touch of vanilla and a mild touch of
Finish: A lovely longish finish.
Crisp sugar and fruit fade to leave some
oaky digestive biscuit and that little
touch of ginger.
A deliciously sweet fruity malt with
just a touch of gentle spice, loved it.
It is a around £38 for the 70cl bottle
and £45 for the 1 litre travel retail
bottle, well worth the price tag. Great
to see Loch Lomond turning out such
quality whisky and at a very drinkable
price. A thoroughly enjoyable malt
whisky, don't overlook it.
The Loch Lomond 12 Year Old will
be available from specialist online
whisky retailers such as