Loch Lomond is probably Scotland's most versatile distillery in terms of the number of different styles of whisky produced for different purposes on one site. The distillery was built by Littlemill Distillery Company Ltd, a joint venture part-owned by the American distillers Barton Brands Ltd. Barton took over complete ownership a few years la ... Read More »
The Loch Lomond distillery was built in 1965 (presumably Captain Haddock had access to a time machine), and produces all kinds of single malt, grain and blended whiskies on its potstills, Coffey stills and Lomond stills. This Loch Lomond single malt is the least peated product from the distillery, with little or no smoky notes discernible.
The peated release of Loch Lomond was launched in 2008 by popular demand. Home to a cooperage, malt distillery and a grain distillery (which produces the best selling Glen's Vodka), Loch Lomond is a multi functioning site. This has notes of soft fruit and is hugely peated.
This organic expression of 12 year old whisky from Loch Lomond was a limited release in 2013. Certified by the Soil Association, this was one of the last bottlings to be released under Sandy Bulloch's ownership before the distillery was sold to the Loch Lomond Group in March 2014.
The 18 year old offering from Loch Lomond. The site is multi functional and is home to a malt distillery, a grain distillery (which creates High Commissioner Whisky) and even a cooperage. This is sweet and smoky with hints of raisins and Christmas pudding.