Inchfad 15 Year Old 2007 Single Cask (Master of Malt) Whisky 70cl

Scotch Whisky • 70cl • 52.8%
Product details
Inchfad 15 Year Old 2007 Single Cask (Master of Malt)
Country Scotch Whisky
Distillery/Brand Loch Lomond
Bottler Master of Malt
Distillation Date April 2007
Style Single Malt Whisky
Bottling Date October 2022

Inchfad 15yo 2007 MoM

An incredible 15-year-old Inchfad single malt from the Loch Lomond distillery, renowned for its legendary setup, allowing for a marvelously versatile output of styles. Inchfad offers the opportunity to discover what things look like they're heavily peated over at Loch Lomond, and the result is an impressively hefty affair. A release of 253 bottles.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose Juicy pressed apples and a touch of farmyard funk with fragrant charcoal and robust floral tea. Rich and roasty with chestnuts, cinnamon biscuits, and smoked oak.

Palate A big dollop of vanilla cream, coupled with a generous hit of peppery spice bring a powerful start, with vegetal peat and singed herbs, drying oak, and charred earth beneath.

Finish Woody, herbal tea, autumn leaves, peanut brittle, chocolate Brazil nuts, and meaty smoke lead to flamed orange peel, and lingering, peppery bonfire embers.

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Reviews for Inchfad 15 Year Old 2007 Single Cask (Master of Malt)
Citrus and Peat
Nice citric and fruity top notes combined with a decent amount of peat.
Master of Malt Customer
one year ago
Mucky, fruity, old school excellence
So delicious and totally peerless. Excellent, full of character and uncommon (in the best way). Would love to try this in a big sweet sherry cask
Sam S , United Kingdom
one year ago
Unusual But Good
A good purchase, well worth the money. Hard to describe. Apples, floral notes, and vanilla at first. Then the peat kicks in and dominates the finish. A subtle dram. For me, the level of peat is just right. I wouldn’t, however, call it ‘heavily peated’.
James B , United Kingdom
one year ago