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Inchgower 29 Year Old 1982 (Berry Bros. & Rudd)

(70cl, 54.5%)

Inchgower 29 Year Old 1982 (Berry Bros. & Rudd)

Berry's Inchgower 1982 Bottling Note

Wine Merchants Berry Brothers and Rudd's own bottling of the glorious Speyside whisky of Inchgower. This single malt whisky was bottled at cask-strength without chill-filtration and a tidy twenty-nine years of ageing.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Green notes of angelica root and gooseberries followed by single cream and elegant cedar wood tones.

Palate: The power of this whisky is felt on the palate as it unleashes a torrent of flavour with burnt sugar and cookie dough chased down with greengages and black pepper.

Finish: Angelica root and thyme at first but then become much spicier as the cask strength element takes hold.

Overall: With almost thirty years of ageing and an abv in the mid-fifties this whisky would have little excuse to be lacking in flavour or quality, and thankfully it doesn't. This whisky is packed with green fruit, menthol and spice notes - very pleasing.

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