Loch Lomond Whiskies has released two new aged single malt Scotch whiskies to its core range: a 21 and 30 Year Old.
Crafted by Master Blender Michael Henry using spirit from Loch Lomond’s innovative straight necked pot stills, both expressions capture the distillery’s signature fruity character.
The Loch Lomond 21 Year Old Single Malt showcases three styles of spirit, two of which are peated, and all matured separately in American Oak Casks before being expertly married together for up to three months before bottling.
Bottled at 46% and non-chill filtered, the drink is presented in a premium bottle housed in a navy blue and gold carton and priced at £140.
The Loch Lomond 30 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky has been matured in American oak casks since distillation, with half of the liquid being finished in hand-selected first fill Oloroso sherry casks. The casks are then married together and bottled at cask strength.
Presented in a premium bottle and housed in a chocolate-brown and gold carton and offering an ABV of 47%, the Loch Lomond 30 Year Old is priced at £500.
John Grieveson, chief marketing officer at Loch Lomond Whiskies said: “The launch of the Loch Lomond 21 and 30 Year Old completes our new core range, following on from the restructure of our Loch Lomond Whisky portfolio earlier this year which also included a complete brand refresh.
“Each of these super-premium expressions is contained in a beautiful new bespoke bottle and luxury carton. We know that these exceptional liquids will excite our existing Loch Lomond Whisky customers and whisky fans, further enhancing our core range.”
The independent distiller said they will be expanding the range once again with a 14 Year Old later this year.