- Whiskybase ID
- Single Malt
- Distillery Bottling
- 40.0 % Vol.
- 700 ml
- Blue Label
- Added on
- 05 Jun 2009 9:40 pm
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Whisky Reviews for Loch Lomond NAS
14 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 68.33 points
- Without much interest. Without complexity.
Flower and green wood. Nose quite neutral.
Dissociated alcohol. Chemical thinner
Céréales, fruits frais, bois; un peu de cannelle
herbe coupée, cannelle, fruits verts
Citron vert, herbes
- Hell no. This might actually be the worst Scotch Single Malt I´ve ever tasted. Even worse than the Glen Grant Majors Reserve. Hard to believe...
- It comes soft and sweet with faraway a hint of some in the nose. Really easy to drink, well for that price I don`t expect any spectacular surprises, some sweet and grassy notes, a bit sprity and grapes and for sure a bit spicy smoke in the background, maybe a bit peat or something like that. There is no bad single malt, isn`t it? For me this bottle works fine after a Friday evinge with some friends and some more beers as an "Absacker", the last shot before you go home.
- Brrrr ... glad I survived this one. Maybe it can be used for cooking?
Mellow, sweet and grainy at first nosing. Notes of cardboard, wet wool and oatmeal gruel. Wrrrgs .... not very appetizing indeed.
Mellow and watery schnapps at first mouthfeel. The alcohol is not well integrated at all. Not as sweet as expected from the nose. Very grainy with notes of white bread, cardboard and oatmeal gruel with hot milk and hints of canned peaches.
Short on schnapps and grainy notes with a very cardboardy aftertaste.