Thanks to scotchguy.to for bringing this whisky to the Toronto Whisky Society annual general meeting.
I know what you’re thinking: “Croftengea? Isn’t that the supercontinent? Or did he just sneeze? Does he write down sneezes now? Has he lost it and is reviewing sneezing?”
All of that is false, and you’re a jerk, dear reader. Loch Lomond is up again here. In the ever-growing line of whiskies that closely resemble The Black Goat of the Woods, ever producing and spreading in many forms.
Unlike this ancient horror, it’s whisky and that’s not a crazy parasite that spreads and seemingly brings us closer to oblivion. If you’re wondering, that is, in fact, the GOP, not Loch Lomond.
Croftengea is the peated malt. Sorry, it’s the most peated malt they make, typically for blending, though for a brief period in 2004 as it’s own single malt.
Which means when I saw Croftengea…
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