Named after the dark and peaty loch near Kilchoman, Loch Gorm is matured exclusively in Oloroso sherry casks.On the nose, there is sweet maltiness, peat smoke, notes of citrus, cinnamon and raisins. And on palate, you can taste toffee, smoked meats, sherry sweetness, ripe fruits , with hints of oran..
A vatting of Kilchoman matured in both Bourbon and Sherry Casks, the high proportion of bourbon barrels create a superb balance between Islay characters and fresh floral notes.The aroma contains notes of lemon zest, vanilla and coastal characters. Some floral notes, peaches, pears appear later. The ..
We are glad to present you several new bottlings from Kilchoman. Am Bùrach, meaning ‘the mess’ in Gaelic, the name comes from a story behind this unique bottling. An unnamed stillman, accidentally mixed Machir Bay with Port Matured Kilchoman during vatting casks in 2014 - as a result the General Man..