Scotland's Oldest Independent Bottler
Never-Chill Filtered, Never-Coloured
Dispatched From Campbeltown
An excellent Loch Lomond – the reputation of the whisky coming out of this distillery is going from strength to strength.
Out of stock
Caramel, oak aged chardonnay, butter icing and agave syrup.
Lemon curd, vanilla custard, lime marmalade and then mint. Fennel and hits of basil. Very refreshing.
Lemon meringue pie, cashew nuts and clotted cream.
You’re greeted by a big cereal note, wholemeal flour and a health food store, plus a slightly fatty quality akin to Glen Garioch that then moves into dry grass, sharpened pencils and light liquorice. While the cereal element continues when it’s diluted, you also get hemp and a mealy pudding element.
Big and chewy, with a Vaseline-like textural quality as the cereal now takes on a roasted malt character, alongside chocolate and ginger snaps. It ramps up in terms of weight and power. With water, you get more hazelnuts, crackers, some of the oiliness and then light spices.
A light earthy note.
Playing on multiple variations of a theme – and doing it well.