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Loch Lomond Lee Westwood 25 Year Old Single Malt

  • 70cl | 55.3% ABV

    We are delighted to partner with pro golfer, Lee Westwood on this exclusive single cask whisky. Distilled in 1996, this limited edition has matured for 25 years in refill American oak, and the result is a luxuriously smooth and fruit single malt with burst of fresh ripe beach, orange zest and caramel sweetness.

    Non chill-filtered, bottled at 55.3% and presented in a premium gift box bearing Lee Westwood’s signature.


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    Free - On orders over £50.00



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    If, upon delivery of your order, you change your mind and wish to return all or part of your order for any reason, you may do so within 14 working days of delivery. Any bottles must be unopened and you will be responsible for paying the return postage and packaging (using adequate packaging). We will refund your payment card with an amount equivalent to the returned goods within 30 days.  Read our Returns Policy in full.

Lee Westwood 25 Year Old Single Cask Whisky

We are delighted to partner with Lee Westwood, the current holder of the 2020 Race to Dubai. Lee has worked alongside our Master Blender to select this incredible 25 year old cask, which celebrates and mirrors his current achievement of winning 25 times on The European Tour.

Each of the 254 bottles are individually numbered and inside the presentation box details Lee’s 25 European Tour wins and other achievements throughout his career.

The cask chosen for this special release by Michael Henry, our Master Blender was a refill American Hogshead and contains spirit from our unique straight neck pot stills. The result is an exception single cask whisky with underlying fruit character of the distillery at its core.

Michael's Tasting Notes:


Sweet vanilla fudge and juicy pineapple


Very fruity with bursts of fresh ripe peach and crisp apple, followed by caramel sweetness and toasted oak.


Long and lingering ginger and cinnamon spice


Lee Westwood