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Loch Lomond Group (LLG) includes the two active distilleries Glen Scotia and Loch Lomond. In addition, LLG also has the stock of the prestigious Littlemill distillery in the ranks. This is the history of the brands of ... Read more..
0.06ltr. 46% vol
An exceptional Single Malt Whiskey ripens in specially selected barrels that show the true character of a 15-year-old Campbeltown Malt Whiskey. The whiskey is carefully riped into the most beautiful American barrels before being bottled. The distinctive nose has hints of vanilla oak, intertwined with the subtle tones of zevel and spicy aromatic fruits.
Richer colors. Broad and medium heavy with citrus fruits, ginger cookies. Sweet with a great depth. Apricot aromas develop and slide towards fruit salad. After a short time, the wood comes to the fore, water helps to release the baked fruit.
A separate and complicated palette of which you initially expect the nose to lead to full fruit, but what you get is a surprisingly dry element. The taste fills when the first impressions of the nose disappear. Adding water balances the caramelized elements with the wood elements as you would expect from a 15 year old whiskey.
Steady and slightly dry.
In the fiery Victorian era, the whiskey region of Campbeltown was the epic center of whiskey industry in Scotland. At the time there were no more than 30 distilleries in the region. Over the years, however, a lot has changed and many distilleries have been closed on the peninsula. The closure of the many distilleries in combination with the smaller offer and the high demand has led to a scarcity of whiskey with the nosed nose. Campbeltown is an isolated place, far from the inhabited world and unique to the other areas in Scotland. The whiskey that is distilled here is also unique and not similar to whiskeys originating from the Speyside, Highlands, Islay or Lowlands. Despite the fact that there are only a few distilleries currently on Campeltown, the style is quirky and has a unique and individual character. Due to its uniqueness, the Campbeltown region is classified as one of the 5 regions of Scotland. Each region has its own distinctive characteristics, as well as the whiskey from the Campbeltown peninsula, where only three distilleries are active at the moment.
Glen Scotia, founded in 1832, is one of three distilleries. It is also one of Scotland's smallest distilleries. The craftsmanship and love for life water are therefore still visible at Glen Scotia. Each barrel is still selected and inspected by the Master Blender, John Peterson. Glen Scotia's distillery is still almost in the same state as it was in the 19th century when the former owner Duncan MacCallum had recalculated the distillery. An idyllic place that makes many hearts of whiskey lovers faster.