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Inchmurrin 12 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky (700ml)
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- ABV 40%
Lochlomond distillery (producer of Inchmurrin) is situated in the village of Alexandria beside the river Leven at the southernmost tip of romantic Loch Lomond, also famous for its world championship golf course. An earlier Lochlomond distillery operated at Arrocher from 1814, but the present distillery was converted in 1966 from a former dye-works. One of its claims to fame is as the favoured malt of comic strip character Capitain Haddock, a friend of Tintin, and the distillery is a favourite destination of Tintin fans.
The distillery draws its water from deep below Loch Lomond, and uses malted barley with varying degrees of peating. This unique combination of malt and grain stills allows Loch Lomond to produce eight malt whiskies with different degrees of peating, and also a "single blend" whisky, or a blend of malt and grain whiskies that originate from the same distillery. It has its own cooperage where the oak barrels used for maturation are crafted, repaired and re-charred. Loch Lomond whiskies (malt and grain) are thus produced, matured and blended at the distillery, one of the few distilleries to manage the whole process from milling to blending. Loch Lomond Single Highland Malt whisky is available with no age statement and as Inchmurrin and Old Rhosdhu malt whiskies, Inchmurrin being the most peaty.
Tasting note: Nose: Typically heady and sweet. Soft ginger and mint make for a complex and attractive nose. Palate: Surprisingly light at first, then fattens with a malty, slightly bitter oiliness. Finish: A better balance of oak and malt as the vanilla punches in. Comment: Interesting stuff. Hardly glorious but unlike any other single malt around with an astonishing array of flavours and mood changes. Rating: 75
- tasting note sourced from Jim Murray, www.whiskymag.comsize>
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