Loch Lomond, Captain Haddock’s favorite brand.

Whiskygirl & Loch Lomond

Whiskygirl & Loch Lomond

Today is the day of the #WhiskyFlashBlog of #LochLomond. Whisky enthousiast all over the globe have nosed and taste some wonderful whisky to splash this on social media on the very same day, Wednesday September 7.

The name Loch Lomond as whisky is mostly known for Tintin. For it is the favorite whisky of grumpy but funny, Captain Haddock, the famous sailer. The name Loch Lomond is also, as you might have guessed, from the well known and most enchanted lake, Loch Lomond.

This Single Grain is distilled in their coffey still using only malted barley, and has been matured in American oak casks under the watchful eye of Master Distiller Michael Henry.

Loch Lomond, a lovely golden beverage, has a delicious sweet and gentle character with a wonderful long finish. This is a light and pleasent whisky, perfect for a relaxing evening with the ones you love the most.

Loch Lomond Single Grain (46%)

  • Color: Lovely golden
  • Nose: Vanilla, honey, fresh lime, fruitiness, morning toast, warm apple, mango, crushed nuts and, smoky, dried fruit and a complexity of salty grass
  • Taste: Tropical, sweet hints of mango, pineapple juice, scraped lemon peel, vanilla . a complexity of thick syrup in different flavors, cinnamon, ginger
  • Finish: Wonderful and long

It was fabulous that there were two little bottles in the parcel, it was worth sharing. The sweetness of the Single Grain was lingering and flowing on the tongue and in the mouth. An amazing and tasteful experience. Hints and the complexity of the sweetness and fruitiness, a real treat. Even for the starting whisky (scotch) drinkers.

If you would like to see what the thoughts are of other entousiasts, find them via twitter #WhiskyFlashBlog of #LochLomond. And when you would like to know more about Loch Lomond, go to their website.

Suggestions, a drop of water to let the aroma free, but no water is also very, very enjoyable.

Grade: I give this whisky an 8 out of 10

Thank you Steve from @TheWhiskyWire & Loch Lomond @LochLomond3

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