Whisky Types: Single Malts & Blended Whiskies
Typical Taste: Sweet, smoky whisky with hints of Madeira wine
Situated in one of Scotland’s most picturesque areas is the Loch Lomond Scotch Whisky Distillery. It all started with the Bulloch family and its interest in Scotch Whisky trade back in 1842. First involved in wholesaling the Bulloch family sold their own label whisky, gin and vodka and then purchased the Loch Lomond Distillery in 1985. In 1993 a set of grain stills was added to the distillery to secure an adequate supply of grain whisky. Now Loch Lomond Distillery is the only distillery in Scotland producing both grain whisky and malt whisky on the same place. Loch Lomond Whisky Distillery produces an average of 10 million litres grain alcohol and 2.5 million litres of malt alcohol. The Single Malt and Single Grain whiskies are also used for making Loch Lomond Single Highland Blended Whisky.
All Loch Lomond whiskies are double-matured. Loch Lomond Single Malt is a sweet, smoky whisky with hints of Madeira wine and a long mellow finish with echoes of a raisiny Xmas pudding. Loch Lomond Highland Blended Whisky is a blend of 8 malt and one grain whisky, all from the Loch Lomond Distillery.
At the moment there are no tours available. However, the whiskies can be purchased online from the Loch Lomond Distillery Online Shop.
- Loch Lomond Single Malt – Cereal, sweetness, biscuit, creamy
- Loch Lomond 21 Year Old Black Label Single Malt – Peaty notes
- Loch Lomond Single Highland Blended Whisky – Smooth, vanilla, banana, hints of sherry
- Scots Earl Blended Scotch Whisky
- Distillery Select Scotch Single Malt
Opening Times: no tours available