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Loch Lomond Single Grain Whisky

(70cl, 46%)

Loch Lomond Single Grain
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Loch Lomond Single Grain Bottling Note

A single grain from the very adaptable Loch Lomond distillery, known for producing a variety of different whiskies, from single malts to single grains to blends. Although this is produced entirely from malted barley, it's distilled in a column still, meaning it's classified as a single grain (had it been distilled in a pot still, it would be classified as a single malt)! A very light whisky here, perfect as an aperitif.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Plenty of sweet, fruity grain character here. Citrus peels, icing sugar, a little bit of grassiness.

Palate: Pineapple starts to develop on the palate, with a touch or two of oak spice keeping it from becoming overly sweet.

Finish: Continued fruity freshness.

Reviews for Loch Lomond Single Grain
Buy it, breathe it, drink it
Addendum: after breathing well for four days, this has softened and enriched considerably. This is genuinely good stuff.
A steal for the price
5 months ago
It has its place in the market...and your cabinet.
(clear bottle, 46%)
I have bought the NAS single grain and the 12 year old single malt and I have to say, the single grain seems to be more "honest". I haven't bought the 12 yo malt again, but I have the single grain.
Let's be honest, this is an affordable whisky, most proably bought from curiosity or for its price-point as much as anything least the first time. It does have a...liveliness about it which I feel more betrays its age rather more than the still-type. But there is a warmth and depth behind the slightly harsh opening. It is real whisky. And it is honestly priced. As a base for a blend, it works well. Tonight I added about 25% Scapa Glansa to the LLSG and it softened and enriched it far more than I woud have thought, bringing out the flavour of the Loch Lomond more than diluting the Scapa.
I feel this is a wonderfully educational dram and it deserves to succeed.
5 months ago
Love it.
Thoroughly enjoy this particular Grain whisky, and will continue to do so.
, United Kingdom
one year ago
Good stuff
I don't understand the negative reviews. This is robust and flavourfull, yet soft. The reason this is categorised as single grain despite being 100% malted barely is because they use a column still instead of a pot still.
I'll grant you this is young and affordable, but it has more than enough to justify itself. I think a lot of inexperienced whisky drinkers are ignorant of the full gamut of this spirit. I am actually surprised at how drinkable this is. 😊
one year ago
Too hot!
Bought this as a gift for my Dad. I always buy him a different whisky. He asked where I got this from and said it was so fiery that he had to water it down. Is it supposed to have this much heat? My brother hated it and don’t think Dad is very keen either and both are whisky drinkers!
one year ago
can not find the single grain NOT malted but at £30 this is the worse Whisky i have ever tasted. If the one above is the same they need to STOP distilling from column stills cos it is worse than any i have tasted even bells is better and thats saying something
one year ago
Best Grain Whisky
I've had a few grain whiskies, but never as good as Loch Lomond Grain Whisky, highly recommended.
, United Kingdom
2 years ago
Definitely a class act
This is a review of one of the clear bottles. I'm not sure whether that means it is three year old stock.
Firstly, I don't know why this 100% malted barley whisky is not categorised as single malt, but it certainly doesn't taste or smell like a cheap, coarse grain whisky. Despite the fact that this is has no age statement, I would be astonished if it were younger than 8 years old or matured in anything other than first-fill casks. Of course it benefits from the higher alcohol content but this does not result in harshness. Instead, it boosts the flavour.
This is quite simply a very nice drop for a price which embarrasses the big players. Clean, rich and soft.
2 years ago
Very good grain whisky
Charles MacLean says it's no different from Hibiki 17, and that's what got me looking for a bottle. but I compare it with Hibiki nas, which has a similar smoothness and aroma. The difference is that Loch Lomond Grain Whisky has a much more robust texture, which I highly recommend considering it's only a quarter the price.
, United Kingdom
2 years ago
Took some time...
Really took some time for me to appreciate. Slowly grew on me though. Knew not what to expect and this is one of those whiskys one should be introduced to ... properly.
The pear hits your nose, whisky or williamine..!? Light, no depth, no smoke, no peat, no nothing, yet, suddenly its elegance and strength appears and yes I do enjoy this... I very much do even though peaty whisky is what I normally prefer.
, Switzerland
2 years ago

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