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Douglas Laing have bottled this Inchgower from an ex-sherry cask filled in 1995. This whisky has had no additional colouring added and hasn't been chill filtered.
Dried fruits and fennel on the nose leading to demerara sugar and dried herbs on the palate. The finish lingers with notes of raisins and ginger.
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I love this botling. I am glad for my 4 botles...in specialy AFTER reading Jim Murray`s WHISKY BIBLE 2015... INCHGOWER 16 year. Get its 95 points.. i agree.Utterly sublime
25th December 2014
Wow... Agree... it realy is utterly sublime.... i opend one this eve and ... i realy love this one... rich sherry... 3 more in collection...
20th October 2013
Being a 50 year old Scotsman, with a lifelong taste for good Scotch, I have tasted an awful lot of good and great Scotch in my life. From Macallan, to Lagavulin, Aberlour, Glenmorangie, Oban, Ardbeg or Glenlivet and many more, I have found my favorites over the years.And then there's THIS! The Inchgower 16 Year Old 1995 - Old Malt Cask (Douglas Laing) is quite frankly the most amazing thing I have ever tasted in my life. I first tasted it in Edinburgh at The Whisky Shop on Victoria Street.. After the first couple of tastes, I bought the last three bottles they had.It's best tasted with no water or ice in it; just neat. The first sip is complex and powerful; the first thing I noticed was the citrus effect down the sides of my tongue; a butterscotch/slightly burnt sugar taste, almost like the top of a creme brulee follows, with a hint of leather and some pepper; dried fruits/raisin taste is slight and pleasant. Each subsequent taste, emphasizes different characteristics and brings previously tasted subtleties to the fore.I have had three of my friends who are Scotch lovers try this heavenly stuff and all three have basically blamed me for ruining their lives, due to tasting the Laing Inchgower.. It really is THAT good. My previous favorites all fall short now in comparison; my Lagavulin 16 is powerful, yes, but lacks the amazing complexity and the flavour this Laing Inchgower has; my Macallan seems pale and a shadow of it's former self; the Aberlours, while still fun and drinkable, seem to lack depth and interest now.At this price, I can't conceive of why there's any of it left; if you can find it, buy it.
7th March 2013