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Loch Lomond 12 Year Old

(70cl, 46%)

Loch Lomond 12 Year Old

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Loch Lomond 12 Year Old Bottling Note

12 year old single malt Scotch whisky from Loch Lomond, whom are well known for being able to produce a wide variety of styles of whisky in their distillery in the Highland region. This particular expression was drawn from a selection of three cask types - bourbon casks, refill casks and recharged casks.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Creamy vanilla, with a touch of freshly baked apple turnover.

Palate: Brown sugar and five-spice. Orchard fruit notes continue, with a hint of yellow plum too.

Finish: Quite drying, though still sweet with vanilla.

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Loch Lomond 12 Year Old Reviews

Tired casks shining through

Lots of refill casks used here, resulting in a harsh experience with the subtle notes being drowned out by the harshness. Props for not chill filtering but you can’t put lipstick on a pig as some might say. Whilst Loch Lomond are improving their quality, there’s a way to go yet.

24th March 2022

Just a bit too harsh

I'm not getting it unfortunately. To me it's a bit too lively and harsh. A drop of water and time mellows it to an extent but it is still that little too harsh.

2nd January 2022

sharp alco

very sharp alcohol sting - comes across as much younger then 12 yr aged.... Not for me but cheers anyway ! N

17th November 2021


It's pretty rough, easy enough on the nose but it doesn't translate to the same drinking experience. Be kind to yourself and drink bleach

5th October 2021


And really important caramelized Cinnamon Apple 🍎

4th October 2021

Strong enjoyable flavour.

I really like this. Loch Lomond 12 has a good balance and powerful flavour, there's a lot going on but it works. Good value.

3rd September 2021

Nutty goodness

So good for the price
Best value

5th August 2021


As children, we had the propensity to put things in our mouths that, by rights, had no business being in there. Pennies, batteries, rubber bands all left indelible memories on our taste memory lockers. My first two snifters of Loch Lomond 12 released those very memories and is not something I, as an adult, should be putting in my mouth--especially at almost $70/bottle.


26th June 2021

Loch Lomond is my scotch

For years I was a Glen Livet guy, w/no regrets-but was introduced to Loch Lomond & discovered an equitable scotch with absolutely no compromise for 1/2 the cost!! I'd have to flinch a little when I purchased a Glen Livet, & tried a few other single malts to save a few bucks, but none of those ever measured up. Loch Lomond was a gratifying find, & rather than say it's as good as Glen Livet, I've come to say Loch Lomond is my one & only go to scotch & when offered any other, I'll sip & partake, but to date I think, not as good as my Loch Lomond.

25th June 2021

Pretty solid & basic plus its cheap

This was my first malt after a long hiatus. I enjoyed the first few drams at first. There is some vanilla, caramel, touch of peat smoke and a lot of oak. It tastes more like 55% though than 46%, this dram has some nip.

However, once I discovered some other malts and went back to this it was disappointing. After some air had got to the bottle, any initial character had faded away and you are left with a pretty basic vanilla Highland malt with too much wood influence. Its not a bad dram and the pricing is more than reasonable, just don’t go expecting anything revolutionary.

17th May 2021

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