Boost Your Scotch Collection With Loch Lomond’s New Releases

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Scotch lovers, start your whisky-drinking engines. This month, the Loch Lamond Group, owner of the Loch Lomond distillery in the Highlands and the Glen Scotia distillery in Cambeltown, are bringing their portfolio of 14 exquisite whiskies stateside this month, with hopes to bring other expressions over in the future.

Are you ready to salivate? You should be ready to salivate over this list.

Loch Lomond

Loch Lomond Single Grain: Made with 100% malted barley, it is the first single grain whisky from Scotland. ($25.50)

reserveLoch Lomond Reserve: Blended scotch whisky, married in re-charred oak casks. ($31)

signatureLoch Lomond Signature: Married and conditioned in 100-barrel cask Solera. ($28)

single-maltLoch Lomond Original: A single malt Scotch whisky with a distinctive background character with a hint of smoke and peat. ($28)

12-year-maltLoch Lomond 12 Year Old: ($55)

18-year-maltLoch Lomond 18 Year Old: ($99)

Glen Scotia

double-caskGlen Scotia Double Cask: Finished in bourbon barrels followed by time in Pedro Ximenez Sherry Casks. ($54)

darkerGlen Scotia Victoriana: Specially selected by the Master Blender, this Scotch is made in Victorian way, non chill-filtered. ($91)
scotiaGlen Scotia 15 Year Old:
 Gently aged in American Oak barrels. ($66)


Inchmurrin 12 Year Old: ($61)

inchmurrinInchmurrin 18 Year Old
: ($110)
Madeira Wood Finish: Master Distiller Bill White selects individual American Oak Casks before marrying them for further maturation in casks previously used for fortified madeira wines. ($68)

High Commissioner

high-comissionerHigh Commissioner Blend: ($16)

Little Mill

Little Mill 25 Year Old
: An ultra-rare expression from the now silent Lowland distillery. The distillery, which used Highland water and peat from Stornoway and Perthshire, produced spirits acclaimed for their subtly floral nose and vanilla redolence. ($3,000)

Related: The Manual’s Guide to Scotch Regions