Loch Lomond is perhaps the most versitle distillery actually producing for the market, they do everything from unpeated to grain whisky and they do it well. They also do it oddly, no stranger to breaking the rules this grain whisky is 100% malted barley whisky distilled on the same Coffey still as the Nikka coffey malt. In all honestly there's not much between the two, except for price where the Lomond offering comes in at about half the price of the Nikka. Expect one of the most flavourful and unusual grain whiskies on the market!
Although this is an unusual grain whisky this is perhaps the best introduction to what grain whisky can and should be for a beginner. Partly because it contrasts so obviously to a single malt and partly because it's relatively cheap but very drinkable. Most grain whiskies aren't especially enjoyable until they're well into their teens and considerably more expensive. This is a great way to understand the difference between pot still and column distilation without buying a bottle you don't really want to drink. As an alternative you might enjoy a bottle of Brewdogs Uncle Duke's
The Loch Lomond Single Grain is a real feature and comes from the distillery Loch Lomond in Alexandria in the Highlands. Unlike a single malt of Loch Lomond Single Grain from malted barley in a Coffey-style complex is distilled. By storage in barrels of American white oak arise aromas of creamy vanilla and fresh fruit. The Loch Lomond Single Graun whiskey bears no indication of age, but surprises with its rich notes of tropical fruit, vanilla and a hint of smoke.
Loch Lomond Single Grain is a grain whisky from the Loch Lomond whisky distillery (located in the Highland region). Rated an average of 3.8 out of 5 by 20 reviewers and available from The Green Welly Spot for only £25.0, with reviews like that this is one grain whisky you can’t afford to miss
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