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This highland Scotch has been prized by monarchs south of the border since Queen Victoria and Prince Albert took the first ever distillery tour on her visit of 1848 after an invitation from the owner John Begg . One mile from Balmoral Castle, at the foot of the Cairngorn mountains, and the crystal clear water of the Scarnock springs.

Royal Lochnagar 12 Year Old
Royal Lochnagar 12 Year Old
Royal Lochnagar 12 Year Old

Royal Lochnagar 12 Year Old

70cl 40%
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Royal Lochnagar 12 year old is a packed with personality but never overbearing, this is a well-bred whisky. An ideal gift for drinkers looking to explore Highland Single Malt Whiskies known for being rich in flavour and aroma.

Serving Suggestion:
Royal Lochnagar works best served in a traditional whisky glass, neat or with a little water.

Region A golden and delicious Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky.
Appearance Amber.
Body Medium-bodied with a smooth mouthfeel.
Nose Woody notes and hints of grass.
Palate This delicate malt offers fruits, planed wood and light toffee. The palate is sweet before gaining in acidity.
Finish Dry; medium-length, with an attractive lingering sandalwood aftertaste. Sharp and well-balanced.

Awards

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International Wine and Spirit Competition Silver 2007
International Wine and Spirit Competition Silver 2007

Expert Reviews

Insights from some of the best in the business

Light toffee on the nose, along with some green notes of freshly-sawn timber. The palate offers a pleasing and quite complex blend of caramel, dry sherry and spice, followed by a hint of liquorice before the slightly scented finish develops.

Gavin D Smith, Malt Whisky Yearbook 2015, p.165

Diageo’s smallest distillery and another that has worm tubs. The character here is grassy: think hay and straw rather than lawn clippings. There’s just a hint of cereal behind, and a fresh, roasted spiciness. The palate has good central sweetness where you just get a hint of fruit. Light and fresh, and a good afternoon dram.

Dave Broom, Whisky Advocate Summer 2012