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Loch Lomond 14 Year Old

(70cl, 46%)

Loch Lomond 14 Year Old
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Loch Lomond 14 Year Old Bottling Note

14 year old single malt from the Loch Lomond Distillery, made exclusively using unpeated spirit. Expect a fruit-forward dram here, with plenty of citrus packed in there along with helpings of runny honey and soft cinnamon.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Orange, grapefruit and a hint of sandalwood.

Palate: Caramelised dates, fresh pear and just a hint of anise.

Finish: Cinnamon and clove, tempered by juicy apricot.

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Loch Lomond 14 Year Old Reviews

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.

12th February 2021

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