Loch Lomond Whisky (0)
NATURALLY DISTINCTIVE WHISKIES, DISTILLED AND MATURED IN THE SHADOW OF SCOTLAND’S MAJESTIC BEN LOMOND MOUNTAIN.
With a rich history of whisky making, dating back to 1814, this area has been producing the finest single malt whisky. Situated on the banks of Loch Lomond it takes its name from this most picturesque and famous of all
Scotland’s lochs. Loch Lomond marks the boundary between the Lowlands and the Highlands of Scotland. This area - so close to the major bottling town of Dumbarton - has been at the heart of the whisky industry for centuries. Sadly though, at least nine distilleries around the Loch have been lost over the years, leaving Loch Lomond Distillers to maintain a proud local tradition into the 21st century. The first site of the former Loch Lomond Distillery dates back to 1814, sited at the north end of Loch Lomond near Tarbet (known as Tarbat). The current Loch Lomond Distillery was founded in 1964 by the former owners of the Littlemill Distillery, in Bowling, a few kilometres up the road towards Glasgow. In 1984, the distillery closed - or fell silent, to use the traditional term. Happily though, Alexander Bulloch and the Glen Catrine company acquired the business and resumed malt production in 1987. Grain whisky production began in 1993 and two new malt stills were added in 1999. A motivated and passionate team, inspired by master blender Michael Henry, has created a selection of Single Malt, Single Grain and Deluxe Blended Whiskies which collectively deliver a unique character and flavour to our Highland Whisky range.
Loch Lomond Whiskies, the spirit of a truly special place.