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Whisky Reviews for Kilchoman Loch Gorm
23 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 84.92 points
- A very interesting malt - with age, the Loch Gorm win bottlings very much!
dry sherry and cold smoke, sweet, intense;
strong aromatic onset; nice fruit note, cold smoke, ashes;
relatively short to medium-long finish; Smoke, sherry and oak sound medium in length;
- Nicely balanced between peat sherry and sea breeze
first nice sweet peaty smoke, sherry joins with light notes of a mild sea breeze
Peaty and sweet, yes sweet notes of wood may be slightly oily
very supple and remains faithful to peat and sweetness. slowly the sea breeze comes over in a nice salty note.
- # 597
Gladi meeting 14.07.2017 => 86/100
Whisky evening 2018-06-16 => 89/100
- N- Much anticipated 2017 release after the very good Edt2 (86pt) and the excellent Edt3 (90pt). This one with 7-8YO also marked the longest maturation given for this line. Well intertwined of coal smokes, chocolate with whiff of antiseptic, then air dried salted meats with alluring fishy notes. Well behaved and laid-back with soft sherry influence.
P- Thick smoky fruit compote sphere with brine, pepper and sweet tropical fruits. Balanced with dash of juicy sweetened lemon. Drift of cardboard. Although bordering to generic, but still good with the firm structure.
F- Medium-long, sweet with lasting peppery coat. Solid smokes throughout dressed with sweet fruits. Expected it to be more resinous filled and tall as it has been matured longer in the cask, but it is not the case.
— at The Whisky Bar, Kuala Lumpur.
First sweet vinous aromas, then salt, smoldering peat smoke, saltpetre, preserving gum, dinghy and watts. Later tincture subtle berry sweetness.
Full, heavy onset with smoldering peat smoke, salt, again dinghy, graphite, eraser, leather and delicate Sherry sweetness.
Very long, heavy sweet smokiness, tobacco smoke, glazed chestnuts and peat.