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This 12 years old Single Malt whisky is matured for 80% in Bourbon barrels of 2nd filling and 20% in re-burnt Bourbon barrels.49,90 €In Stock
Loch Lomond offers us Inchmoan whisky aged for 12 years in American oak and Bourbon barrels, non-chill-filtered and bottled at 46°.46,90 €In Stock
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A Single Cask from the Scottish Loch Lomond distillery, distilled in 2014 then aged for 8 years in first fill Bourbon barrels.89,00 €In Stock
The Loch Lomond distillery offers us a Single Malt aged in Bourbon casks of first and second filling for 12 years, it is non-chilled filtered in cold and bottled at 46°.46,90 €In Stock
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Loch Lomond Original is elegant, slightly full-bodied and smooth with malted aromas and woody flavored grains, chestnuts with a pinch of smoke.36,90 €In Stock
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Loch Lomond Single Grain is matured in American oak barrels that has contained Bourbon. This liquor has no added colour and it is non chill-filtered.37,50 €In Stock
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An exceptional Single Malt, the result of the blend of three Single Malts from the Loch Lomond distillery. The whole is slightly peaty with a level of 30 PPM.199,00 €In Stock
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This 30-year-old Loch Lomond aged in the best American oak barrels with a Sherry Oloroso finish, an exceptional result, complex and deep.785,00 €In Stock
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1st bottling of The Remarkable Still series featuring Loch Lomond straight neck stills. A Single Malt with a floral and fruity character.5 900,00 €In Stock
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The 18-year-old Loch Lomond exceptional whiskey offers an aromatic palette with perfect balance, rich and complex.99,00 €Out of stock
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An exceptional Single Cask selected by our experts for the finesse that whisky expresses in the palate and the explosion of fruit aromas.89,50 €
Founded in 1965 in an old dyeing facility, Loch Lomond took over the name of its predecessor located on the other side of the Loch, in Arrochar, and which closed in 1817. As the Loch Lomond distillery closed in 1984, it could only reopen in 1985 as the Bulloch family bought it back to deal with shortages in their Glen Catrine company.
The distillery has the specificity, unique to Scotland, to produce malt whisky and grain whisky on the same site.