Loch Lomond Direct Import Scoop BuysLoch Lomond Distillery was commissioned by the Littlemill Distilling Company in 1964 with first distillation in 1966. In 1984, the distillery closed - or fell silent, to use the traditional term. Happily though, Alexander Bulloch and the Glen Catrine company acquired the business and resumed malt production in 1987. Grain whisky production began in 1993 and two new malt stills were added in 1999. At the time the Grain distillery opened in 1994, it was the only distillery in Scotland producing both Grain and Malt whisky. Nowadays it also operates a unique set-up of three sets of stills which allow it to produce a variety of whisky styles. It's partly why Loch Lomond is marketed under several different labels including Inchmurrin, Croftengea, Inchmoan, Inchfad and Rosdhu... Hence, it's difficult to pin down a general house style. What's clear is the spirit is capable of long ageing with a 50 year old selling for 25K a few years ago! These once-off direct import prices are a great opportunity to acquaint yourself with an underdog of the Highlands.