Loch Dhu is the Whisky equivalent of Marmite! Very controversial dram, and one that we love! Distilled at Mannochmore and bottled in the year 2000, the whisky gets its blacker than black colour from the use of double-charred casks - whilst the name Loch Dhu translates to Black Lake from Gaelic. Def. one to try!!
Nose: Burnt treacle, flat cola, soy sauce, over ripe banana, liquorice.
Palate: More flat cola, burnt sugar, soy sauce and aniseed.
Finish: Syrupy and sweet with coffee grinds, cola and treacle toffee.
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- 10 Year Old