This superb single malt hails from Loch Lomonds Inchmurrin distillery. It was distilled in 2004 and matured in a single cask for 14 years, resulting in a smooth, well-balanced drinking experience that includes citrus fruits, vanilla, light oak, milk chocolate and a gentle nuttiness. As a single cask expression, only 568 bottles were released, with even fewer remaining on the shelves today.
Loch Lomond – Inchmurrin 14 Year Old (2004)
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