Its exquisite packaging - from the embossed bottle to the stunning blue labels - is matched by the whisky within, which has a mellow, slightly peaty nose, with a hint of brandy butter.
The taste on the palette is sweet, smoky, with hints of finest Madeira wine and has a long, mellow finish, with echoes of a raisiny Christmas pudding.
All of the Loch Lomond range of whiskies are double-matured to ensure a perfect marriage of the spirit before bottling.
Launched in the German market in 1999 this malt has enjoyed spectacular success and is now the third best selling malt in Germany (Nielson). It is available with or without a presentation tube, depending on the market.