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Lochlea Ploughing Edition First Crop

Sale price£48.95
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Key Facts About This Single Malt

Distillery: Lochlea Distillery

Whisky Maker: John Campbell

Range: Seasonal releases

Region: Lowland, Scotch 

Cask Type: Ex-Islay Barrels and Peated Quarter Casks

Alcohol by Volume: 46%

Bottled: Natural colour and without chill filtration

Outturn: 11,000 bottles

Bottle Size: 700ml

Ploughing Edition Tasting Notes

Nose: Baked fruit with light peat smoke in the background.

Palate: Old fashioned boiled sweets, more cooked apple and Brazil nuts.

Finish: Lingering fruit and nuttiness, all intertwined with a haze of Islay peat smoke.

About This Lochlea whisky

This is the fourth in an annual series of limited seasonal bottlings from Lochlea, and the last of their 'First Crops'. ‘Ploughing Edition’ reflects the season of Winter on Lochlea's farm, when they start to plough the fields in preparation for sowing the barley in Spring. Lochlea has created a warming, smoky version of their signature Lochlea whisky by using a combination of ex-Islay barrels and peated quarter casks. They've chosen an icy blue label to reflect the bitterly cold and frosty Ayrshire winters.

Lochlea Ploughing Edition First Crop
Lochlea Ploughing Edition First Crop Sale price£48.95