Loch Lomond Whiskies has unveiled two new single malts from its Island Collection.

Inchmoan 12 Year Old and Inchmoan Vintage 1992 are part of the Inchmoan range of peated whiskies, married together by the master blender to complement the unique flavour and character of the Loch Lomond Distillery.

Inchmoan single malts are part of the distillery’s Island Collection, alongside Inchmurrin. Each range within the collection takes its name from the islands on Loch Lomond.

Inchmoan 12 Year Old is born from a combination of malt whiskies from the distillery’s traditional swan neck and unique straight neck pot stills, to create an unconventional peat character with depth, marrying smoke and spiciness.

The whisky is distilled for 12 years in a combination of re-charred American oak and refill bourbon American oak casks. The producer said it imparts sweet vanilla background notes that complement the soft peat style of Loch Lomond’s unique still set up. It is bottled at 46% abv and non chill-filtered resulting in a smooth taste.

The limited release Inchmoan Vintage 1992 is a single malt whisky distilled in 1992 and aged for 25 years. The long maturation in refill bourbon barrels is said to allow the spice-driven peat and fruit distillery character to combine with the softer influence of the bourbon barrels, to give a “truly integrated, refined flavour”. The result is an “elegant, rich single malt with a beautiful balance of fruit and spicy peat”, according to the producer. It is bottled at 48.6% abv and non-chill filtered for a smooth taste and natural colour.

Master blender, Michael Henry, said: “Our intriguing new Inchmoan expressions have been created to celebrate the history and heritage of the island and are the first heavily peated releases in the Loch Lomond Whiskies range.

“I have selected three different spirits each bringing a unique characteristic, whether that’s spicy, medicinal peat or smoky peat, to the Inchmoan 12 Year Old. This combination creates a balanced, complex peat character highlighting some of the softer, spicier peat notes often masked by heavier peat flavours.”

Inchmoan 12 Year Old retails at £44 and Inchmoan Vintage 1992 is £199 for a 70cl bottle.