From Gaelic, Ballaglass literally means Farm of the Stream – a location that reflects the small batch whisky and its cottage industry origins … Salute these origins with a dram of Ballaglass and enjoy the warmth within …..
Tasting Note: Complex citrus nose delivers its promise on the palate. Very full with hints of cream and toasted toffee marshmallows.
Golden Piper, like the bagpipes, originates in the Highlands where the character of its whiskies are often a reflection of the wild and rugged landscapes.
Bagpipes are as much Scotland, as Scotch Whisky and Robert Burns. British military forces were often spearheaded by Highland regiments, whose stirring image of the bagpiper, leading-out the troops, became an international icon. Bold and distinctive. Just like the whisky.
Tasting Note: Spicy, exciting nose, hints of exotic fruit. Peppery rush develops beautifully on the back of the palate. Well balanced. Cream. Long and warm, full rounded finish.
Lombard bottles each highly individual whisky without tampering with its purity in any way. Rich in heritage, in many cases very rare and always exclusive, these Single Malts are true gems. Which is why they are known as The Jewels of Scotland.
Margaret Lombard-Chibnall, current CEO, founded Lombard Scotch Whisky in the mid 1960s. As one of the original independents, Lombard was beholden to no single distiller. Entering the market as a supplier of bulk whisky to blenders, Margaret invested in whiskies of the highest standard. Select distilleries were commissioned to produce new fill and from date of distillation, Lombard took full control over the maturation of its stocks.
Today Lombard holds, matures and bottles from its own whiskies . Bottling and blending is within the central region of Scotland.