An unusual release here fromCàrn Mòr'sStrictly Limited range. For those of you who aren't familiar with Croftengea, it's the name of peated single malt from Highland-based distillery Loch Lomond. This single cask Croftengea was aged in a hogshead cask for 6 years before...
Known for their more exotic cask finishing, independent bottler Murray McDavid have kept things simple with this Loch Lomond single grain whisky. After maturing in ex-bourbon casks for a decade, the spirit was then moved into fresh ex-bourbon wood for the final 8 years.
A well-aged Loch Lomond bottling charged from single refill hogshead #11184. It was distilled in December 1996 and bottled at 19 years old in May 2016, as part of the Old Particular range by Douglas Laing.
Distilled at Loch Lomoind in 2006, this Scotch whisky spent 11 years in a single hogshead before being bottled for Wemyss Malts in Autumn 2017. Unusually, it comes presented under the Croftengea name with an outturn of just 387 bottles.
This 31-year-old Inchmurrin lay in cask 12255 from June 1984 to April 2016 when it was bottled for Hunter Laing's Old Malt Cask range. A small number of just 87 bottles were produced from the refill barrel.
A 1984 vintage Loch Lomond from the Inchmurrin range, bottled by Hunter Laing for The First Editions. This Highland single malt was matured for 32 years in a refill hogshead until 2017 when Just 101 bottles were filled.
An epic whisky from Loch Lomond and the brand’s oldest offering to date. In fact, this was distilled on 19th November 1967, not long after the site started making whisky. It was matured for 31 years in a refill US oak hogshead before a further maturation in European oak from 1998. Just 60...
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