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We are delighted to partner with the Stewart Melville Rugby Club to create this Special Edition Ben Lomond Gin.
Inspired by the majesty and beauty of Ben Lomond and the surrounding area, Ben Lomond is a vibrant and crisp London dry gin with a delicate berry sweetness.
We are delighted to be working with Warrington Wolves Rugby Club to create this Special Edition Ben Lomond Gin.
Ben Lomond is inspired by the majesty and beauty of Ben Lomond and the surrounding area. The result is a vibrant and crisp London dry gin with a delicate berry sweetness.
Bright, fresh and zesty, a punchy combination that captures the perfect summers day.
Inspired by the vibrant sunsets that set over Loch Lomond, our Blood Orange and Pink Grapefruit Gin is perfect for days spent soaking up the sun, or to relax after a day of adventure.
An exceptional single malt scotch whisky matured that delivers the true character of a 15-year-old Campbeltown malt whisky.
The whisky has been gently matured in our finest American oak barrels before bottling. The signature nose has hints of vanilla oak, interwoven with the subtle notes of sea spray and spicy aromatic fruits.
Glen Scotia Victoriana, Campbeltown whisky, inspired by Victorian times. Cask strength single malt for whisky connoisseurs.
Each cask is chosen for its rare character and exceptional maturity. Finished in deep charred oak, the result is an exceptionally smooth single malt whisky whose aroma and flavour work in harmony. Bottled in the traditional way straight from the cask and without filtration, its subtle wood and vanilla flavour is enhanced by a full-bodied spicy fruit aroma and mildly smokey aftertaste.
Glen Scotia Double Cask is a classic Campbeltown malt representing a formidable pedigree of whisky making since 1832.
Matured in the finest first-fill bourbon barrels before being finished for up to twelve months in Pedro Ximenez sherry casks producing this outstanding single malt whisky that provides the perfect balance of rich spicy fruits, overlaid with the characteristic sea spray and vanilla oak finish for which the house of Glen Scotia is famous.
Creamy vanilla and toffee popcorn are followed by peaches in syrup. There is indulgent white chocolate and homemade fudge before a hint of spicy peppercorn and gentle oak spice to finish.
Charred pineapple and fragrant elderflower are followed by freshly cut barley and honey. There is spicy ginger and a hint of marzipan before ripe pears, coconut and toasted oak at the end.
Rich peat smoke and creamy vanilla fudge are followed by wonderful orchard fruit flavours of ripe pear and juicy green apple. There are oak spices and some white pepper, before lingering smokey embers.
Rich peat smoke and fresh vanilla are wonderfully balanced with sweet nectarine and toffee sauce.
Layers of melted brown sugar and golden syrup intermingle with ground ginger and delicate oak spices.
Loch Lomond Peated Single Grain Scotch Whisky is made exclusively from heavily peated malted barley in the malt room at the Loch Lomond Distillery.
It is then matured in a combination of first and refill bourbon casks which delivers a soft fruity character with creamy vanilla and wisps of smoke.
This 45 Year Old single malt whisky is the first of three releases in The Remarkable Stills series, which celebrates our innovative and unique straight-neck pot stills.
Royal Lthym & St Annes Golf Club, founded in 1886, has a rich history and association with The Open Championship. The club played host to eleven Open’s with the world-renowned Bobby Jones winning when it was first played in 1926.
Royal St George’s hold a unique place in Open history. Founded in 1887, St George’s hosted the first Open Championship outside Scotland in 1894 and it was by Englishman JH Tayor. The club has hosted The Open 15 times since.
Originally founded in 1869 with Royal ascent granted in 1971 when the course was extended to 18 holes, Royal Liverpool’s association with The Open goes back to 1897 when it hosted its first Open Championship. This was English amateur Harold Hilton, one of the clubs famous sons who went on to win again in 1897.
Founded 133 years ago Royal Birkdale’s association with The Open goes back to 1954 when it hosted its first Open Championship, won by Australian Peter Thomson. Since then the world-renowned course has hosted a total of 10 Open Championships.
Carnoustie Golf Links association with The Open dates back to 1931 when Carnoustie first played host to The Open Championship on the course designed by world renowned James Braid in 1926. Past Champion Golfers include some of the greats including Ben Hogan, Tom Watson and Gary Player.
Royal Troon’s association with The Open goes back to 1923 when they hosted their first Open Championship. The last of Royal Troon’s nine Opens was held in 2016 and was by Henrik Stenson in a tremendous duel with Phil Mickelson on the final day.
We are excited to have partnered with Louis Oosthuizen to create this 12 year old limited edition single malt. Distilled and filled into casks in 2010, the year of Louis’ victory in St Andrews, the Home of Golf.
This exceptional single malt has been matured in our finest American Oak barrels before being married for up to 3 months before bottling, creating a unique complexity to the finished product.
A full-bodied whisky with sweet notes of vanilla fudge, peaches and pear overlaid with subtle peat and lingering oak.
Loch Lomond 14 year old delivers a delightful fruit driven character, crafted using a combination of spirit from our innovative and unique straight neck pot stills and our more traditional swan neck stills. Matured in American oak with a finishing period in French Limousin Oak casks.
This years’ Open Course Collection Royal St George’s was released in partnership with Darren Clarke, Professional Golfer and Loch Lomond Whiskies ambassador.
This 20-year-old single malt has been matured in our finest American oak casks before being finished in English Virgin oak, creating a stunning liquid with an underlying fruit character.
This 46 Year Old single malt whisky is the second of three releases in The Remarkable Stills series, which celebrates our innovative and unique straight-neck pot stills.
An exceptional 30 year old scotch whisky, matured in our finest American Oak barrels and finished in Olorosso sherry, adding a layer of complexity to the finished product.
Our 30 year old whisky uses unpeated spirit from our unique straight neck stills, delivering a deep fruity character of kiwi, gooseberry and lime.
Aged for 18 years in our finest oak barrels, this award-winning malt is full-bodied and rounded with a deep fruity character.
With wonderful sweetness and warmth intertwined with a hint of peat, Loch Lomond 18 Year Old is a rich and elegant single malt Scotch.
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