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Inchgower 13 Year Old 2008 (cask 354554) - James Eadie

(70cl, 55.8%)

Inchgower 13 Year Old 2008 (cask 354554) - James Eadie

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Inchgower 13yo #354554 Bottling Note

Sherried Inchgower here! Distilled in 2008, this Speysider was finished for 13 months in a first-fill ex-Amontillado sherry hogshead, before it was bottled by James Eadie at 13 years old. A limited 312 bottles were released at cask strength, a generous 55.8% ABV.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: A savoury aroma of tapenade leads into stewed apple, toasted walnut, and fresh hay.

Palate: Slightly meaty, with olive oil, spiced nuts, and a dash of vanilla fudge sweetness.

Finish: Caramel digestives balance dried kitchen herbs and poppyseed crackers.

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Inchgower 13 Year Old 2008 (cask 354554) - James Eadie Reviews

Deep, strong and dangerously quaffable

Bought the Eadie sample pack, which included this beauty. I've never tasted anything at 55% that goes down so smoothly. That's an achievement in itself.
So, lots of power, but very very drinkable.
Oily and luscious.
The sherry brings depth and body, but doesn't overpower in any way.
Definitely recommended.

2nd June 2021

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