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In 1814, the original Loch Lomond Distillery took shape near Tarbet, resting towards the north-western end of the iconic Loch Lomond. In the 1960’s it was rebuilt at the bottom of the Loch Lomond & Trossachs National Park north of Glasgow. The original distillery held a set of pot stills with rectifying plates in their necks (also known as Lomond stills), allowing different flavor streams to be produced. They always wanted to be self-sufficient and make their own grain and malt whisky to be able to put out blended Scotch and single malt Scotch brands. Some of the brands they produce at the distillery include Croftengea, Glengarry, Inchfad, Inchmoan, Inchmurrin, and the Loch Lomond Single Malt. Within the range, you’ll find unpeated, lightly peated, heavily peated, and triple-distilled malts. They also own Littlemill and Glen Scotia Distillery.


Distilled at Loch Lomond Distillery. Spearhead is 100% malted barley but distilled on a Coffey (column) still so it is classified as as single-grain Scotch. It is matured in ex-Bourbon casks and then finished in infrared and toasted barrels.

Brand Tasting Notes: The nose has violet floral notes, dark berries, blackcurrant and blackberries, vanilla pods, caramel, and dark chocolate. The palate is velvety and rolls over the tongue. Red apples, lime citrus, vanilla fudge, and light brown sugar. The finish is long, smooth, and sweet with melted brown sugar.

  • Bottle Size700
  • DistilleryLoch Lomond
  • StyleSingle Grain
  • RegionHighlands
  • ABV43%
  • Country of OriginScotland
  • Cask StrengthNo
  • Cask TypeBourbon
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