A medium peated single malt produced at Loch Lomond distillery and part of its discontinued Loch ...
Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky
Inchfad gets its name from an island in the south-east of Loch Lomond, which is home to a ruined distillery. It enjoyed a short-lived release as one of a number of single cask bottlings released by the Loch Lomond distillery in the mid-2000s.
Heavily peated in style, youthful Inchfad is described as embodying soft fruit and malty notes with a hint of smoke when matured in ex-Bourbon casks.
The distillery now only uses the name internally for one of the many spirit types produced at the multi-functional plant.
The versatile Loch Lomond distillery has been home to a dizzying array of still types and production techniques since its opening in 1966. This philosophy has led to Loch Lomond becoming a self-sufficient whisky production centre – making grain as well as malt – and has allowed it to produce a large number of spirit styles.
Inchfad was released as a single cask single malt under the Distillery Select banner in the mid-2000s, alongside other Loch Lomond malts including Craiglodge and Croftengea. The release was short-lived, and nothing has been released under the Inchfad name for several years now.
However, Inchfad is also used by Loch Lomond to classify one of the many spirit types produced at the distillery, which continues to be used for blending purposes.
- 1966 Loch Lomond distillery, home to Inchfad, opens
- 1984 Loch Lomond closes temporarily as recession hits the whisky industry
- 1986 The distillery is acquired by Glen Catrine Bonded Warehouse Ltd, and production begins again
- 1998 Two ‘traditional’ swan neck stills are added
- 2006 Inchfad enjoys a short-lived release as a heavily peated single malt
- 2014 Loch Lomond distillery is sold to private equity firm Exponent
- 2016 Two more straight neck ‘Lomond’ pot stills are installed
Heavily peated single malt Scotch produced at the multifaceted Loch Lomond distillery in Alexandria.
A rarely bottled, experimental peated malt produced at the closed Lowlands Littlemill distillery.
A single malt produced at the versatile Loch Lomond distillery, mainly reserved for blends.