Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky, ABV: 48.6%, Casks: Bourbon hogshead, RRP: £215.95, Distilled at Loch Lomond distillery.
Very light gold in colour here, with a nice thick swirl line and several quite thick slow legs.
Lime cordial all day here initially, then eucalyptus, chopped onion in mashed potatoes, pomelo, wood treatments, and the back of a decorators van. Lager and lime, dry grass, Garibaldi biscuits.
Medium thick mouthfeel, and the lime comes through first here, definitely floral, mineral water, tropical muesli, and some botanicals coming through.
I’m getting a cherry brandy liquor, there a chocolatey feel here, but I have to say in general it’s white/green fruits, green apple skins.
And it continues much like the bulk of the palate. I’m going to say lemon and lime sorbet, I find this a refreshing dram if anything overall. It’s a very nice dram, something different, and I like different.
This is very much a piece of whisky history. Distilled at the Loch Lomond distillery, using a still set up last used over 20 years ago. That still set up produced spirit that i find quite unique, and generally quite refreshing. With the age it has it’s not going to be cheap, sadly it is out of my price range, but it is a whisky i’d certainly enjoy, something different and unique in my opinion, and for 28 years old has some decent strength to it.
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