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The 2014 release of Kilchoman's Loch Gorm single malt, which has been fully matured in Oloroso Sherry butts from 2009 to 2014. The previous Loch Gorm release won the Islay distillery a Gold Medal in the Scotch Single Malt category of the International Wine & Spirits Competition. The name 'Loch Gorm' comes from a notoriously peaty loch near the distillery.
Nose: There's the peat, straight away, earthy and rich. This is followed by red berries and sweet citrus with a medicinal hint developing along the way.
Palate: Crumbly biscuits and vanilla, an inviting pair to open up a palate. This is swiftly followed by smoky peat once again, which stays with you through the Sherry soaked berries until the finish.
Finish: Sweet and smoky right to the end, cherries lasting.
Overall: Great balance of Oloroso Sherry sweetness and classic Islay peat. Loch Gorm is a proper gem.
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Although I started my single malt addiction in Islay, I've long since strayed to more subtle styles. This Kilchoman has done something truly remarkable in that it is very flavourful but remains far more elegant and complex than you'd imagine for a young Islay. The finish on this thing doesn't quit. I wish I had bought more as this is fast becoming my favourite Islay distillery.
12th January 2015
This is already really nice at this age and because its youngness you can still easily taste the delicious peaty spirit.
27th August 2014
This isn't mindblowingly awesome, but a very nice dram. Not that complex, but neither was I at age five. Tastewise it's not that far off from Uigeadail, actually. Maybe a Loch Gorm 10-12-15 will come along and be great. Well, I was an idiot at fifteen too so let's wait and see.
1st June 2014
22nd May 2014