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Loch Lomond Peated Single Grain

(70cl, 46%)

Loch Lomond Peated Single Grain

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Loch Lomond Peated Grain Bottling Note

Peated Loch Lomond single grain Scotch whisky! That's right, heavily peated malted barley was distilled in a Coffey still at the Highland distillery for this one – definitely not something you see very often at all. Following distillation, it was matured in a combination of first and refill American oak ex-bourbon casks, adding a whole host of sweet, fruitier notes to the smoky spirit.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Berry jam, oaky vanilla, and a dusting of baking spices, with a layer of fragrant smoke underneath it all.

Palate: Sweet and peaty, with lemon blossom, singed heather, and liquorice alongside ripe orchard fruit.

Finish: Crisp malt, and lingering smoke.

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Loch Lomond Peated Single Grain Reviews

Lovely whisky

A revelation, just like a young Ardbeg, smooth, smoky and citrussy, nice to try something different and unique.

9th January 2023

Very pleasant drinking

Bought to replace a bottle bought as a special offer in a supermarket, now out of stock. Very pleasant drinking. No hint of "petrol" on my palate; not quite as smoky to me as some have found, but a bottle I would buy again.

23rd June 2022

1st class

A revelation. Was not expecting this. Smooth, smokey and scoffed! Favourite Lowland malt for sure.

8th June 2022

Will buy this again.

Very nice on the palate with a few drops of water brings out all its flavors. Lovely finish.

5th February 2022

Not very nice

I had a bottle of Loch lomond single grain scotch whisky for a Christmas present I had 1 glass of the whisky and it didn't taste very nice at all it taste like a burnt taste and disinfectant kind of taste sorry for the bad review

6th January 2022

Unusual and different but not for me

Hmmmm. I’m a fan of peat and smokiness but maybe not this one.
It’s certainly a bit different and perfectly drinkable but I’m afraid I’m left with a rather unusual (and to my palate slightly unpleasant) petrol like after taste.

10th September 2021


Excellent stuff! was unsure at first but with each sip it grows on you. Unlike anything else.

29th August 2021


This is simply brilliant if you like a peaty whisky you are going to love it .....natural colour and 46 abv does not get much better as in off the shelf supermarket whiskey I'm not a whisky buff that picks a hint of most of the bull that people can seem to be able to smell ...whisky that's what I smell a bloody good one ...I'll be buying another

30th July 2021


Found this in my local fan of peated whisky I love it ...non chill filterd and natural colour also at 46 abv it has a nice strength and all for 27 quid when not on offer. This is definitely a whisky to Finnish the night off with in short its brilliant and suites my pallet to a T , so if your fan of the peaty stuff it's well worth the money in a blind taste you would probably think this was a far more expensive whisky ..get it on offer it's a steal ...

30th July 2021

Worth a punt especially if it’s on offer

This is a unassuming stoater of a dram - a rare thing, a peated single grain with a depth of flavour that belies its soft mellow hue.

6th July 2021

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