Loch Lomond is one of Scotland’s most versatile distilleries, with the ability to produce many different styles of whisky onsite. Over the years, the distillery has produced whisky with the names: Inchmurrin, Inchmoan, Inchfad, Crotengea, Glen Douglass and Craiglodge (and, not forgetting, Loch Lomand itself). This whisky is named after the large lake-isle found in the middle of the Loch (featured on the presentation box), and is the name given to their more floral and lighter style of whisky. A recent rebrand has seen the tie between the brand and the mother distillery drawn tighter. This is a lovely bottling, matured initially in former Bourbon barrels, before being transferred to Madeira casks for a finishing period. On the nose this dram has a clean, floral character, with some succulent fruits and fresh nut aromas. The palate serves up green apples and pears, with a sweet grape note and flavours of nutmeg, almond and hazelnut. The finish lingers, leaving a satisfying sweetness. This whisky is bottled at 46% ABV, and without chill filtration to allow the flavours to flourish.