Royal Lochnagar 12 Year Old
Royal Lochnagar 12 Details
Also from Lochnagar Whisky Distillery
Whisky or Whiskey
What's in a name? Royal Lochnagar 12 Year Old whisky is called whisky because it's produced in Scotland. Were it from America it would be spelled Royal Lochnagar 12 Year Old whiskey, rather than whisky.
Royal Lochnagar 12 Bottling Note
This 12 year old was distillery at the Lochnagar distillery, once visited by Queen Victoria when she was staying at nearby Balmoral.
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A nice whisky
color: golden amber nose: herbal with a touch of honey palate: honey and heather, medium weight, licorice and raisins. finish: medium length, lots of barley and a touch of vanilla on the finish,
A nice 12 y/o malt. I've never seen this in the US so I bought a bottle on a recent trip to the UK. I am happy that I did.
26th June 2014
I'm new to the world of malt whisky, but after reading the reviews on here, I decided to give this one a go and wasn't disappointed. Sweet and very smooth, it's a beautiful mouthful.
14th June 2014
Good one. Liked it
Never heard of it till few months back. My brother in law gifted it to me. Opened it recently must say quite smooth. medium body appreciated it . Will definitely buy
10th March 2014
A review of whiskies I'd read from 2005 firstly pointed me in the direction of a whisky I didn't like...the review also highlighted the Lochnagar as a good 'un. So when I tried the Lochnagar I was a bit wary....no need to be. This is an excellent drink; the reviewers got this spot on.
6th October 2013
Dru-Dog loves it!
I am usually an Islay drinker, but my wifes new boss brought a bottle over from Aberdeen and I may have to change! Smoothest single malt I have ever had! Definetly a must try for anyone still looking for "their" label.
27th July 2013
I haven't found Royal Lochnagar in the states so I bought some and had it shipped to me. Smoothest first impression I have had in a Scotch. Better than JW Blue.
14th June 2013
A Hidden Gem
one of my favourite scotch whisky. Everyone must have it in their home whisky-bar. But 30 pounds=1200 rubles, price in the shops - 2900 rubles... What can i say more...
26th May 2012
First tasted on a trip to Oban distillery and wondered how I'd avoided it so long. It has what I'd describe as an old-fashioned taste, slightly sweet/smoky with a medium flavour. Three friends all tried it at the Newcastle Whisky festival and they all liked it. One has bought a botlle since.
6th March 2012