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Kilchoman Loch Gorm 2017 Release

(70cl, 46%)

Kilchoman Loch Gorm 2017 Release

Kichoman Loch Gorm 2017 Bottling Note

The 2017 release of Kilchoman's Loch Gorm, the Islay distillery's yearly Sherry-cask-matured single malt. Ageing exclusively in Oloroso Sherry butts, this expression blends peat smoke and rich, chocolatey sweetness wonderfully. 13,500 bottles were released.

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Tasting Note by The Producer

Nose: Orange and lemon notes, rich smoky peat and cooked fruit.

Palate: Rich chocolate, cinnamon and cloves combined with peat smoke.

Finish: Long and full bodied with a balance of sweet smoke.

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Kilchoman Loch Gorm 2017 Release Reviews

Like a visit from an old friend

Loch Gorm an exceptional creation. The sweetness from the sherry casks offers a sweetness on the palate and a smooth finish with enough smoke to remind you of where it's from.

16th January 2018

Nothing too new, but solid and good.

It does what it intends to, providing a sweeter than normal profile and counterbalancing it with soft peatiness. Unfortunately it is rather lacking in the complexity department, even for a Kilchoman, with very little estery fruit on the nose (which you typically find much of in most 10+ Islays) and nothing too much on the finish. But, for those who like easygoing, pleasant, well-balanced Islay drams (e.g. Bowmore 15), it's quite nice and you can't go wrong with it.

19th May 2017

As good as expected

Lovely dram, excellent quality, very promising (just 8 yo). Reminds me of Ardbeg Uigeadail but a little more peppery.

8th May 2017

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