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1991 Connoisseurs Choice
1991 Connoisseurs Choice
ABV: 43.0%
Volume: 70cl
Bottler: Gordon & MacPhail
Vintage: 1991
Age: 18 Year Old
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Lochside
1991 Connoisseurs Choice Whiskey

Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky

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Lochside 18 Year Old 1991 vintage Highland single malt Scotch whiskey. Matured in Refill Bourbon Barrels and bottled June 2010 by Gordon & MacPhail for the Connoisseurs Choice series.

Sweet palate, scented, hint of camphor and a toasted maltiness. Sweet and spicy palate, malty notes again present.

Lochside

Lochside Distillery was established in brewery buildings close to the Montrose Basin in Scotland’s Highland whisky region in 1957. Lochside Distillery was originally equipped with four pot stills and a Coffey still and produced both malt and grain whisky intermittently until 1970. Whisky production ceased at Lochside in 1992, the works were dismantled in 1996 and by 2005 the building had been demolished. The site is now occupied by blocks of modern flats. Most of Lochside’s whisky went into blend of scotch which was bottled on site and during the 1970s a large volume was shipped to Spain, very little was released as single malt. Lochside Distillery is a lost Scottish whisky distillery.

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