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A lovely little Inchgower which we just had to bottle. This was distilled on the 30th June 1982, and it was aged in a single refill hogshead for 29 years before bottling on the 22nd November 2011. A release of just 190 numbered bottles, at natural cask strength.
Nose: Very malty and sweet with hints of blueberry conserve, rhubarb crumble and custard. A touch of fizzy cola bottle sweets, sherbet lemon and cream soda. What a nose!
Palate: A sweet, creamy delivery much akin to a spoonful of runny honey, which warms the palate with more than a hint of nutmeg and stem ginger. It develops with dried apricot and toffee brittle, and a little pine needle tanginess builds late palate.
Finish: Long and creamy with Chantilly cream and punchy spices. A touch of potpourri on the tail.
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Nose: Light, wood, lemon & sweets, grass and hayTaste: Sweets, fudge, vanilla orange and some sharpness and somewhat sour (in a good way)Summary: Oh’ darn this one is good. Nice balance of sweetness and sourness. Lots of wood and somewhat rough on your tongue. Thick and gives me a shiver (also in a good way). This whisky is a bang for the buck, well worth the price./Jens, www.chwisgi.com
12th February 2012
Well Im no expert, I got the bottle and tried it. Yikes, its like a bomb went of in my mouth. Very atomic, to much going on very spicy. I won't give it a bad ratting, its just not my taste. I had expected it to taste like glenfarclas
8th February 2012