Place of origin: Scottish
Alcohol concentration: 46%
Loch Gorm is named after the famous darkness and mud lakes ignored by the brewry. It is 20 OLOROSO Sheri barrels filled in 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2011. The peat concentration reaches 50 ppm, which is the 12th edition and the first version of the 13 -year whiskey. Although brewing prefers all kinds of Seli wine producers for the consistent quality and personality, Kilchoman chooses to purchase barrels from only one wine cellar -'Jose Miguel Martin'. The EX-OLOROSO barrel exudes a strong Sherry, spicy dark chocolate, rich fruits and caramel aroma, which is perfectly balanced with Kilchoman's peat smoke and citrus fragrance.
Other comments ... The aroma of sweet fruit taste peat, new leather, cinnamon and ginger. Smoked and Sheri wine perfectly fused, with a strong taste, with pepper red berries, black chocolate and peat flavor. The long smoky flavor has a lively fruit flavor.
Note from Kilchoman ... Nose: dried fruits, orange peel and sea salt, with a trace of meat, oak spices, cinnamon and citrus. Taste: stewing plums, Morolo cherry and dark chocolate, with layers of salted caramel, herbal stone south flower, honey and wet mustener smoke. Tail rhyme: cooked apples and pears have various spices, dark chocolate and barbecue smoke.