This is the other half of this review. The Inchmurrin single malt was glorious, lets see about the Loch Lomond single grain.
Nose – Floor polish, orange peel, pine and a freshly opened box of dates. Musky. Spiced but unbalanced. Got a real Campari thing going on.
Body – Rich, medicinal, warming spices and cloves. Sharp wood edge.
Finish – Not as luxurious on the finish as expected. Very long finish with a bitter edge.
This is remarkable but unhinged.