Loch Lomond 14 Year Old Whisky 70cl

Scotch Whisky • 70cl • 46%
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Loch Lomond 14 Year Old
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Country Scotch Whisky
Distillery/Brand Loch Lomond
Style Single Malt Whisky

Loch Lomond 14 Year Old

14 year old single malt from the Loch Lomond Distillery, matured in American oak and finished in Limousin oak casks. Expect a fruit-forward dram here, with plenty of apple and citrus in there along with helpings of runny honey, soft cinnamon, and a gentle smoky note.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose Apples, orange, grapefruit and a hint of sandalwood.

Palate Caramelised dates, fresh pear, spiced apple cake, and just a touch of anise.

Finish Cinnamon and clove, tempered by juicy apricot, with toasted oak.

Winner of 1 spirit awards

Double Gold
Double Gold
Single Malt Scotch - 13 to 19 Yrs - 2022
San Francisco World Spirits Competition

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Reviews for Loch Lomond 14 Year Old
Fruit and spice
Really enjoyable smoother than the 12 which I also like. The citrus is subtle but distinctive in the aroma when you add a little water. The flavour does have a touch of spiced apple and there is oakiness that is not so much vanilla but more like butter with a hint of orange zest. This is nicely balanced not too sweet , not too dry or spicy but satisfying.
Mark B , United Kingdom
2 months ago
Great value for money
Stunning dram
Chris , South Africa
2 months ago
A Real Honey.
I always go with what I taste and then after taste. This is so good. Taste of Rowse Runny Honey....toffee....a touch of spice....almost like a sherried malt. Then the after taste...the finish...is subtle citrus....slight fruit....and a lovely hint of smokey oak. One of the best malts Ive had at this price. And with the discount right now Im buying 2 more!
Martin D , United Kingdom
2 months ago
Excellent
I really enjoyed this. I'm new to drinking whiskey really, and was always confused how people described it as smooth. Well wehmther it's just my palette changing, but this was delicious and smooth.
Olly H , United Kingdom
one year ago
Fantastic
Nose: Toasted coconut mushrooms (you remember them from when you were a kid surely?) stewed orchard fruit and a hint of peppery spice. A little air offers some citrus peel notes along with that hint of toast or smoke.

Palate: Very smooth sweet creamy arrival, loads of typical Inchmurrin (I've got to stop using that word) notes: toffee apples, peaches, sweetened stewed pears, digestive biscuits and oaky vanilla. As the liquid disappears the spices really come into their own - cinnamon and nutmeg biting at the tongue leaving a citrus fizz. Nice! A little time and air offer liquorice and bitter dark chocolate notes.

Finish: Lingering spiced apples, a hint of smoke and some tropical fruit.

Thoughts: Coming from unpeated barley distilled in straight necked pot stills with a high collection strength this would have been called an Inchmurrin in a past life - the Fruity and Sweet in the new range. But with the spicy kick from the French Limousin Oak finish this whisky is similar to an SMWS release: the 2004 15yo 112.53 "Sophisticated seductive Sazerac cocktail" which also balances fruit notes with spice and bitter citrus.
For all this is distilled from unpeated barley there is a definite smoke note - probably from the toasted casks it's been maturing in. A lovely dram, slightly older than the core range and definitely worth hunting out.
Brian B , United Kingdom
2 years ago
Quite Bitter and plain
The first nosing is overpowering with citrus. Lemon and orange zest with a little woodiness is all I am getting, it's very one dimensional. First sip there's a sour apple, a lot of spice develops, black pepper and ginger with a little chilli catch. On the finish it is quite bitter and woody, there's a real licorice twang to the finish as well. The finish lingers, but is still extremely bitter and somewhat unpleasant.
Sorry Loch Lomond, not for me this one.
Steven L , United Kingdom
3 years ago