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Loch Dhu 10 Year Old 1l

(100cl, 40%)

Loch Dhu 10 Year Old 1l

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Loch Dhu 1l Bottling Note

Rare stuff indeed. This was distilled at Mannochmore from 1996 to '97. This 10 year old is known as "The Black Whisky", so named for its very dark appearance. The producers attribute the colour to the use of double charred casks. Perhaps there's a drop or two of spirit caramel in the equation. Regardless, this is quite a collectible, even if it's not particularly well-regarded by critics.

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Loch Dhu 10 Year Old 1l Reviews

Nothing like it

Love this whisky Nice peaty taste. Such a shame its discontinued and now really expensive

12th November 2020

Beautifully Smooth

Purchased 2 bottles tried 1 keeping the other as it is a magnificent dram. Caramel Smooth. Cannot praise it highly enough. Forget what the doom merchants say this is a collectable whisky. End of

6th October 2020

A forgotten treat

During university, I was fortunate to purchase a bottle back in 96 for 40 USD. I took my time with this bottle, enjoying it for over 20 years. Oftentimes a forgotten treat; also relished sharing with family and friends, and watching their reactions. Most were fortunately negative, which I attribute to the bottle's longevity. I think it was something you had to let grow on you. Over the years, it aged fine, moving towards a more pronounced caramel finish. Like most others, I wish I had purchased a case.

1st September 2020

A wonderfully rich and unique whiskey.

A wonderful and supremely smooth drop that paired well with a good Honduran or Nicaraguan cigar. I loved the richness of it and the unique flavors, heavy on malt and cocoa. PLEASE FIND A WAY TO SHIP IT TO THE STATES once again!

13th August 2020

Hidden treasure

Fantastic tasting experience, so smooth and rare. But would definitely recommend on the rocks

26th October 2019

Angels tears

This stuff is unbelievable, so smooth,so complex...wish it was still available in store!

20th July 2019

Treacly mysterious black whisky.

I find it far too strong in dark flavour, treacly, dark roasted malts. On its own it is a difficult whisky. But I sometimes use just a dash in a lighter Speyside malt to produce a different drink altogether. My single bottle is half way done now and only rarely and sparingly used.

15th August 2018

A collectors item only

Disgusting but my 3 unopened bottles are reputedly worth around £1000 so I am not complaining!!

27th June 2018

Unique and sippable.

I found this in my wet bar, half gone. I don't remember when or where I got this but is holding up well. Still very nice with sweet notes, overall very smooth.

30th December 2017

Ian Hamilton

I have had two bottles of loch Dhu. I cannot understand the bad crit in some of the reviews other than maybe something else in a Loch Dhu bottle.
Loch Dhu black whisky is like drinking silk sooo smooth no harshness or afterburner absolutely delicious . Now looking for a third bottle.

7th May 2016

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