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Kilchoman Loch Gorm 2022 Limited Edition Islay Single Malt Whisky, 46%

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Matured entirely in sherry casks each year, the Loch Gorm is named after Islay’s largest freshwater lake neighbouring the distillery. The dark murky colour of the loch’s water is reflected in the rich coppery tones of our sherry matured Loch Gorm release. The 2022 Edition was matured in oloroso sherry butts for a minimum of eight years. The 22 casks selected are a combination of 20 fresh and 2 refill casks.

As with all Kilchoman whiskies, it's made from barley grown on the Islay farm, malted, distilled, matured and bottled all on site for an authentic taste of Islay.

Tasting Note from the distillery: 

NOSE -  Intense sweet pipe smoke, followed by waves of freshly cut strawberries and candied lemon peel. Lighter notes of Neroli (orange blossoms), soft toffee and cloves.

PALATE -  An initial note of dark chocolate and toasted walnuts, gentle tobacco smokiness, hints of caramel and dates accompanied by subtle warming peat smoke.

FINISH -  Long and evolving with cinnamon and liquorice wood, chocolate bitters and lingering earthy smoke.

About the distillery

Founded in 2005, Kilchoman was the first new distillery to be built on Islay in over 124 years. Anthony Wills, Kilchoman Founder, set out to resurrect the grass roots tradition of farm distilling. Their 100% Islay range represents the revival of those traditions, standing alone as Islay’s only Single Farm Single Malt Scotch Whisky.

200 Tonnes of barley per year are grown on the Kilchoman farm, planted in Spring when Islay's migrating geese can do the least damage. Following harvest, Kilchoman is one of the few distilleries in Scotland still using their very own floor maltings. This gives them greater quality control, and also means only Islay peat is used to smoke the barley. Fermentation takes 85 hours following mashing, after which the sweet, earthy wort is distilled in twice in Kilchomans unique copper pot stills, before maturation entirely in oak casks on the farm. This gives a true taste of Islay, from barley to bottle.

Kilchoman single malts are a distillation of people, passion and place.

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