Loch Lomond 21 yo

by Oliver Klimek on August 3, 2009

The top whisky of the bottom-shelf distillery – 43%

My Tasting Notes


Nose: Fruity with just a tiny hint of smoke
Palate: Peach is predominant, slightly spicy oak notes
Finsh: Medium long, dry and fruity.
Overall: For a long time this was the cheapest 21 yo on the market, now replaced by an 18 yo. In comparison to the standard bottling, this is a drinkable whisky, but that’s about all you can say about it.

Score: 72/100 – Price Tag $$$$$ – Value for your Money $$$$$

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