Look at how dark this whisky is! That's why it was named "The Black Whisky". Loch Dhu is actually Gaelic for "Black Lake", this was distilled at Mannochmore and has gained a cult status, quite a collector's item.
Review of Loch Dhu--wish I could acquire more of this delightful drink
beautiful , first tasted it in 2001. l am not a whiskey drinker but love Loch Dhu.
17th September 2014
Cannot believe my eyes at some of the offensive and negative twoddle written by others. Fine you don't like it .... I don't like your tone !! .....but I DO very much like Loch Dhu, after first tasting it at the Applecross Inn some years ago.
31st July 2014
Best malt I've ever tasted, restart production.
23rd April 2014
I wonder if everyone realizes what they're drinking. The black color is obtained from burning the inside of the barrel, think of all the carcinogens you are ingesting while sipping your lovely scotch.
Tasting notes; it's like licking a wet log from a Campfire from the night before.
4th October 2013
The best scotch I've ever tasted.++++ From the reviews it seams that you will love this scotch or hate it. Call me a lover.
20th September 2013
DO NOT BUY IT!!! Brutal taste. Spend your money on ANY single malt but this.
11th August 2013
5th December 2012
the best whisky i have tasted,,
5th December 2012
I love this scotch. It has thick rich flavor.
18th September 2012
Very different ans wonderful. I have no clue what the person above was drinking!
25th December 2011
This is not nice, kind of tastes like bad coffee, extremely bitter rotten fruits and burnt ash. For the price of this think of all the great whiskys you could get. If you see someone pull this out and they ask you if you want to try, take it from me, just run.