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Kilchoman Loch Gorm 2021 Release

(70cl, 46%)

Kilchoman Loch Gorm 2021 Release

Kilchoman Loch Gorm 2021 Bottling Note

It's Kilchoman's 2021 release of the Loch Gorm single malt Scotch whisky! This series from the distillery on Islay is all about bringing sherried sweetness together with peaty tastiness. For the 2021 release, 24 Oloroso sherry butts were used to create the expression, with 17,000 bottles released. If you like your single malt to have a good helping of smoke and dried fruit brilliance, this has your name on it (not literally, unless you just so happen to be called Gorm).

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Smoky clove and a hint of cumin, balanced by sultana and prune, plus a touch of roasted almond.

Palate: Enjoyably chocolatey at first, though soon enough the dry, earthy smoke builds and comes to the fore.

Finish: Cherry, roast chestnuts, a smidge of medicinal peat.

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Kilchoman Loch Gorm 2021 Release Reviews

Martin S, United Kingdom
12th February 2022
Rich and fruity with peaty smokiness lingering in the background
A lovely, interesting dram.
The traditional Islay smokiness is there lurking behind rich fruitiness and a touch of spice.
To me the smokiness is more prevalent on the palate than on the nose which hints at dried fruits with forest nuts and smokey peat.
The palate is spicy, rich, fruit cake and ends with a lingering smokey dryness.
The finish is lingering, spicy, peaty and slightly sweet.

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