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Kilchoman Loch Gorm 2016 Release

(70cl, 46%)

Kilchoman Loch Gorm 2016 Release

Kilchoman Loch Gorm 2016 Bottling Note

Another tremendous release of Sherry matured peated single malt from Kilchoman. Taken from 17 Oloroso casks, a combination of first fill and refill, this is their oldest Lock Gorm to date with every component being at least 6 years old.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Producer's Tasting Note:
Nose: Spicy and sweet with peat smoke and dark chocolate well integrated.
Palate: Soft fruits, well rounded and full of character.
Finish: Lingering, sweet and well balanced.

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Kilchoman Loch Gorm 2016 Release Reviews

Another Kilchoman.

Another bottle from Kilchoman Distillery. I've tried Machir Bay, 100% Islay 5th and 6th edition, Loch Gorm 2015 and a Vintage bottle.
I like very much the "quality of smoke", more then Ardbeg or Bruichladdich; this is a personal choice.
This Loch Gorm is a little bit flat. At the nose i feel smoke and sherry; drinking big sweetness (too much for me; was Loch Gorm 2015 so sweet?), spicy (clove?), fruity and peat smoke; at the end smoke and chocolate. It finishes so early....
Very, very easy to drink. Incredible it is 46°.
I give 4 stars, but too much price for this.

28th November 2016

Kilchoman: another bottle

I've tried a good number of bottle of Kilchoman. The first Machir Bay then Loch Gorm 2015, then the 5th and 6th edition 0f 100% Islay and a Vintage bottle. I love the "quality of smoke" (more than Ardbeg, Lagavulin, or Bruichladdich, too); it is a personal choice.
I give only 4 stars because I think that Loch Gorm 2016 is a little bit flat. At the nose a good smoke and sherry. Palate very sweet (too much for me, really 2015 was so sweet?? I don't remember so), spicy (clove?), fruity and chocolate, too. Very, very simple too drink. At the end smoke, but not persistent flavour.
Too much price for this.

28th November 2016

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