Kilchoman Vintage 2009 Single Malt Scotch Whisky 70cl

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Country Scotland
Spirit Type Malt and Deluxe Whisky
Brand Kilchoman
Size 70cl
ABV 46.0%
Serving Suggestion Serve neat over ice

The newest release in the Kilchoman portfolio is the 2009 Vintage. Matured for over 8 Years this Single Malt has a nose of, lemon and butterscotch notes with soft peaty aromas in the background. The palate is soft and sweet at first followed by ripe fruit and peat smoke. The finish is long and clean with sweet stone fruits at the end.

Country Of Origin: Scotland

Kilchoman Distillery is a small family run farm distillery based on the rugged west coast of Islay. The distillery was established by Anthony Wills in 2005, the idea was to build a new distillery which took whisky production back to its roots. Anthony and wife Kathy have now been joined by their three sons: George, James and Peter.


Kilchoman produces its 100% Islay single malt from barley which is grown in fields surrounding the distillery and completes every stage of the whisky-making process at the distillery, including traditional floor malting. Kilchoman is the only distillery in Scotland to do this. Kilchoman is now very much a family affair:


Since the first bottling was released in 2009, Kilchoman has quickly established itself as a high quality Islay Single Malt Whisky with these notable awards:


Kilchoman’s exceptional quality was recognised at the prestigious International Whisky Competition (IWC) when Anthony Wills was named Master Distiller of the Year 2013.


Machir Bay was named best Islay Whisky under 12 years old at the 2015 Spirits Business Whisky Masters, 100% Islay and Loch Gorm also won Gold Medals in the same competition.


Machir Bay was also recently awarded a Gold Medal at the International Wine and Spirits Competition (IWSC) with Loch Gorm being awarded a Silver Outstanding Medal and 100% Islay a Silver at the prestigious awards. Kilchoman won Malt Advocates Artisan Whisky of the Year 2011, only three years after the first bottling was released.

Country Of Origin: Scotland

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