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A single malt from the Highlands. Named for the notorious Loch Ness, one of Scotland's most popular tourist attractions and home to the mysterious Loch Ness Monster.
Nose: Star fruit and parma violet candy.
Palate: Toast, digestive biscuits and fresh cut grass.
Finish: Dry hay with a hint of smoke seeping through.
Overall: What better drink to keep you warm as you peer through a pair of binoculars hoping to see the world's most elusive monster!
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I bought a bottle of this in Scotland in 2006, and back in Australia it took me 6 years to get around to drinking it! But when I did what a pleasant surprise. Smooth, sweet, just lovely. I'm not going to waffle on about the hints of citrus, and the smoky aftertaste etc..... I am not a seasoned drinker but I know what I like. For those who like a good 'kick' this not for you, it goes down smooth and easy, no aftershock, but no headache at all the next day either. Wish I had another bottle.
7th March 2017
For a 10 year old single malt, there is nothing to write home about.It is what it is... a genuine, pleasant, unobtrusive example of this genre.Soft and subtle and good value for A$60.
9th November 2016