This review focuses on an intriguing Croftengea expression from Loch Lomond distillery and it was distilled in 2007, matured for 12 years in a red wine cask before being bottled at a cask strength abv of 55.7% in 2019.
So, let's dive right into the review!
The Single Cask Croftegea 2007 12 Years Old (55.7% abv)
Nose: Orange, nutmeg and peat, followed by honey, raisins, lemon and black pepper. Palate: Honey, malt, peat, oak and nutmeg, followed by orange, lemon, raisins and black pepper. Finish: Long and lingering, with honey, oak, peat, black pepper, nutmeg and orange.
This expression is available by the dram or as a part of a flight and can also be purchased by the bottle at the following link: