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Loch Lomond Pulls Three Wood Out Of The Bag

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Loch Lomond has released their Three Wood Matured 25-Year-Old – a single malt Scotch whisky named in honor of Scottish professional golfer Colin Montgomerie and his shot – with a three wood – that helped win the 1997 Ryder Cup.

Montgomerie turned professional in 1987 and racked up 53 tournament victories worldwide.

Loch Lomond Three Wood Matured 25-Year-Old was initially aged in refill American oak casks, then first-fill Limousin oak and Oloroso sherry casks before being bottled at 46.3% alcohol by volume [92.6 proof].

Loch Lomond Three Wood Matured 25-Year-Old is being made available for $310 per bottle.

“My shot at Valderrama [Golf Club in Spain] is one that will live long in the memory for me,” said Montogmerie. “To know that it has inspired a single malt and one which carries my signature is a huge honor. I hope that golfers and whisky fans alike will enjoy a dram as much as I have.”

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