Croftengea 1996 Single Sherry Cask Finish #283
One of the many different whiskies produced at the Loch Lomond distillery.
Loch Lomond distillery was an innovative project when first conceived, intending to be fully self-reliant in its blending responsibilities by producing a variety of single malt and grain whiskies on the same site. The combination of swan-necked pot stills, Lomond stills and continuous stills, nowadays allow for the production of a staggering 11 distinct spirits. Within these are a number of single malts, including Inchmurrin, Inchmoan, Rhosdhu and Croftengea.
This whisky was distilled on 26th January 1996 and laid to rest in single cask #285 before being bottled on 6th September 2005 after a finishing period in a sherry hogshead.
One of 380 bottles.
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