Loch Lomond Single Grain70cl / 46%
- Highland Single Grain Scotch Whisky
- Distillery Bottling
Highland-based Loch Lomond distillery produce this single grain using coffey stills. Despite the name it is produced using malted barley, however its production falls foul of convention, so grain it is! A smooth ride, with a few interesting twists owing to its unconventional production of this Single 'Grain'.
Loch Lomond Single Grain Reviews
Tasting notes by Billy Abbott, The Whisky Exchange
Nose: Sweet fruit – apples, pears, oranges, lemons and tinned pineapple – toffee, butterscotch and black pepper spice. Grainy, spicy and biscuity notes grow in the glass – Nice and hints of speculaas – along with gummi bear fruit and fruit gums.
Palate: Oily mouthfeel with a big hit of vanilla and coconut to start. Soft spice sits behind that, along with some alcohol and a whack of sweetness. Stewed apple and custard follow.
Finish: Vanilla cream fades to nutmeg and clove with a bit of grippy oak and hazelnut on the sides of the tongue.
7 Customer Reviews
Lovely whisky – smooth, juicy fruit and bags of light, delicate flavours. A really good alternative to single malt when you fancy a bit of something different.
Very light and smooth, lots of floral flavours.
A very good value Whisky with a smooth finish. I am encouraged to experiment with more single grains after trying the Loch Lomond.
i found this quite palatable for a grain whisky, sweet and smooth, it went well with the addition of a little ice, something i'm not prone to doing but it opened it up more, making it more enjoyable
Its ok... can't say i really like it. It does have a clean taste when it hits the palette but it then it has quite a smokier aftertaste (which i don't particularly enjoy). It is priced affordably.
Very light and smooth, flowery. Simple, but not bad at all!
Very good value for money. Smooth & mellow...almost like Irish Whiskey. And that is a compliment.