Loch Lomond new look range

A New Look

The past few years have seen new life breathed into Loch Lomond and this new look – and some great new whiskies still to come – mark the beginning of the distillery's latest chapter.

Scotland's most versatile distillery, Loch Lomond makes 14 different styles of whisky, which are combined in different proportions to create releases that vary from the light and fruity to the rich and smoky.

The Core Range

  • Loch Lomond Original / 2020 Release

    70cl / 40%

    The classic single malt, with well-balanced fruit and smoke.

    Loch Lomond Original / 2020 Release

    £25.75

    £36.79 per litre

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  • Loch Lomond 12 Year Old / 2020 Release

    70cl / 46%

    Rich and fruity, with peat smoke and layers of vanilla sweetness.

    Loch Lomond 12 Year Old / 2020 Release

    £36.95

    £52.79 per litre

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  • Loch Lomond 18 Year Old / 2020 Release

    70cl / 46%

    Gently smoky at its core, with sweetness and long-aged elegance.

    Loch Lomond 18 Year Old / 2020 Release

    £69.95

    £99.93 per litre

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The Islands Collection

  • Inchmurrin 12 Year Old / 2020 Release

    70cl / 46%

    Sweet, fruity and grassy, just like the island that it's named after. Inchmurrin is made just using the distillery's unique straight-necked pot stills.

    Inchmurrin 12 Year Old / 2020 Release

    £42.95

    £61.36 per litre

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  • Inchmoan 12 Year Old / 2020 Release

    70cl / 46%

    The rich and smoky one, made by combining peated spirit distilled using both the distillery's straight and traditional swan-necked stills.

    Inchmoan 12 Year Old / 2020 Release

    £44.45

    £63.50 per litre

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About Loch Lomond Distillery

Founded in 1965, until recently Loch Lomond Distillery was mostly known as the home of the favourite whisky of comic-book character's Tin Tin's companion Captain Haddock. However, in 2014 the Loch Lomond relaunched its range and went from being a blending-focused distillery to the creator as some of the most fêted whiskies on the market.

With the owners continuing to invest in their own whisky, the distillery's range continues to grow, with experiments sneaking out of the warehouses and master blender Michael Henry given free range to create new drams. It is a golden age for Loch Lomond.