I have been trying for 10 yrs now to remember the name of the best 3 fingers of scotch I ever drank. Finally I discover it to find I can no longer get it or afford it if I do come across. Truly disappointed.
- anonymous, 9 days ago
We received a bottle as a gift about 20 yrs ago. We enjoyed it so much, my husband was able to find 4 more to keep. Friends want to share it with us on our 50 yr anniversary in 3 yrs. Maybe not.
- Tuck , Monroe, WA 22 Nov'13, 14 days ago
So, not just packed full of caramel then...?
- anonymous, 12th February
I have a 70cl bottle of this controversial drink,not seen what this size bottle costs but am likely to open it soon after having it staring @ me for some years.
- magic E, 27th January
I bought a case of this in the early 90's for 10 marks a bottle. I liked it so much that we drank the lot, I wish I had kept a bottle back.
- Robin, 22nd January
I managed to buy a case of ltr bottles in 1998 for 50 Marks and sadly have only 1 left as gave some away and drank the rest,what a sin
- anonymous, 21st Nov '12
Why would they stop making such a great whiskey?! Other than economic reasons - make it, then stop - drive the price up then bring it back 10 years later. If you don't like it - let me know.
- Paul USA, 26th Aug '12
About 16 years ago i bought one bottle of Loch Dhu and one miniature bottle for less than 10 £ from a shop near Lochness lake. There were tens of botles in a heap in the center of a local spirit shop. I opened the miniature and i thought it tasted great. I kept the big bottle for later but now i think is beter to keep it unopened..
George, Athens Greece
- anonymous, 5th Nov '11
Bought a bottle 6 years ago, opened it this weekend for my 50th birthday. Pour into a small snifter over 2 cubes of ice (it's an American thing) and the flavors open...caramel, vanilla, and smoke. Truly heaven-sent! Real whiskey for real men!
- Steve Burek in Wisconsin, 14th Sep '11
This was a great single malt. And those that would give it a bad review are reds eaters.
- anonymous, 17th Jul '11
i have a bottle of loch dhu 8 year old i purchased from japan does anyone have any information on this bottle
- anonymous, 17th May '11
I can't believe people like this particular whiskey? This has to be one of the worst single malts I ever struggled through.
- Brian Hill, 23rd Feb '11
Used to love drinking this hen it was in production(and relatively cheap). Now my last unopened and boxed bottle will wait until it gets to a £1000, then I'll drink it.(or leave it to my son if I die first)
- kayless, 7th Jan '11
got a few for my pension, love the taste but wo`nt drink it at the price it now commands!
- anonymous, 3rd Jan '11
This stuff tastes great I have drank a couple of bottles in the past when it was a tenner. It's a shame it's no longer produced.
- Rab, 25th Nov '10
I have a case of six bottles! It has never past my lips Wonder how much one of these bottles will be worth in 2030 when i am kicking up the daisies cheers Bob
- anonymous, 17th Oct '10
..........Real whisky for real men. SEEMS they dont make scotts men like they use to ado !!
- Scotts lass, 6th Oct '10
Loch Dhu The first 2 bottles i bought some years ago cost me 10 each I now have 6 bottles which i will never open as i have heard it tastes like dissinfectant I was also lucky to obtain a Loch Dhu cardboard box to make my six pack totally original. I reacon in 30 years time a bottle will cost 800! ideal for my Grand Kids. Bob
- anonymous, 19th Sep '10
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder!I personally think that it tastes amazing, it is not a conventional malt, but wouldn't be very boring if we were all the same?www.whiskyintelligence.com reports that someone is selling a whole collection of Loch Dhu.
- Will, 9th Aug '10
^^...beacuse it is an extremely rare collectors item discontinued about 10 years ago. It's become very valuable even though the whisky itself its diabolical.