Country Scotch Whisky
Distillery/Brand Loch Lomond
Style Single Malt Whisky

Loch Lomond 18 Year Old

This is an 18 year old single malt Scotch whisky from the Loch Lomond distillery in the Highlands region. After spending 18 years maturing in oak, this expression has developed a complex flavour profile featuring red berries, mature oak, vegetal peat and runny honey. Loch Lomond are renowned for being able to produce a variety of styles at their distillery, including malts, grains and blends. Top stuff!

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose Old oak furniture and tobacco, supported by sweeter notes of honey'd cereal.

Palate Nutty brown bread with a thin layer of blackcurrant jam. Slight smokiness along the way.

Finish Lingering peat - not too strong, but easily noticeable.

Winner of 4 spirit awards

Single Malt Scotch - 13 to 19 Yrs - 2022
San Francisco World Spirits Competition
Distillers' Single Malts between 13 and 20 years old - 2020
International Spirits Challenge
Highlands & Islands 13-18yo - 2019
The Scotch Whisky Masters (The Spirits Business)
Scotch Single Malt - Highland - 2019
International Wine & Spirit Competition

Allergy information

This product does not contain any notifiable allergens
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Reviews for Loch Lomond 18 Year Old
Great Whisky, smooth and tasty
Very underrated Distillery. This 18yo is very much worth the spending. No regret, so sure. Definitely one of the best value for money.
Master of Malt Customer
5 months ago
So far my best 18 yrs juice LLomand n very good price too
Master of Malt Customer
one year ago
This is good. It would appeal to people ( like me) who aren’t overly keen on peaty, Smokey whiskey. Tasting notes are spot on. Smoke is there, but not overpowering. The blackcurrant jam note would not have been picked up by me, but having seen it, I agree. Nice drink. Incredible to have it in a glass.
Master of Malt Customer
2 years ago
Love at first taste
very mellow fruity smell with a hint of honey
thick texture almost like honey
i was surprised of the taste and it took me off guard of having such a strong and
delightful taste considering its mellow smell
and again the taste of honey itself is very prevalent
Daniel L , Israel
2 years ago
Loved it!
Nose: Sweet fruit syrup with smokey undertones. Toffee
Palate: smooth and sweet with a gentle warming.
Finish: long, tones of peat, nice and warm.

I had it alongside an 18 yr old MaCallen which was not as good for me and for about four times the price! You don’t necessarily get what you pay for with whisky. MK
Master of Malt Customer
2 years ago
Sublime and soft
A very good malt, a few months after opening is the optimum time to sample this. Rich, yet delicate and balanced. Notes of raisins, fruit cake and a hint of smoke. Pairs well with desserts, especially sponge cake! One of the better 18yo on the mass market
Master of Malt Customer
2 years ago
Loch 18 the King
Loch Lomond 18 is buy far the best value 18 year old single malt u can buy in Australia.So all those so called experts comparing malts.
Compare 18 with another 18.
Don’t compare 18 with 12 ,or 18 with NAS.
Compare American oak casks.Not mixed or finished casks.
Lastly compare 46% ABV.
Loch Lomond has changed the Whisky landscape for Age statements V NAS.
Hands down the 18 year Loch is KING.
Kindly release a 21 or older.
Vince Mercuri , Australia
2 years ago
Tad dissapointed
Was really looking forward to this but have to say I was a little disappointed. Not DISAPPOINTED. Just disappointed. Our group tasted it along with a Glenkinchie at half the price and an Arran which had stronger flavours and a Lore. Which blew it away. I realise Laphroaig is the 50/50 but it works for me. I will enjoy the bottle and have just had a dram for a nightcap But was expecting a lot more for the money. Still a nice drink
Master of Malt Customer
3 years ago
A bit of fruits, a bit of smoke and smooth as whipped cream.
Finnbogi F , Iceland
3 years ago
Delightful whisky with depth of flavour
This is a lovely whisky that has a lot of flavour. There is an earthy hit on the nose and it isn't the most dynamic in that area but the flavour just continues to develop upon more drinking.

It has depth of flavour with some almonds that combines with a sweetness to create a memory of marzipan, then some fruity notes on second sip that have a freshness and zing to them, and it opens up to some earthy flavours. Keep drinking and more caramel comes through in the taste that shows this whisky has depth. The smoke carries through to the finish, not an intense smoke like an Islay but a softer and more subtle expression. You also get that peat medicinal/mint effect as an after effect too. Water opens up more of the peat hit. I really really enjoyed this far more than I was expecting.
Michael M , United Kingdom
3 years ago