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Inchmurrin 12 Year Old

(70cl, 46%)

Inchmurrin 12 Year Old
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Inchmurrin 12 Year Old Bottling Note

Inchmurrin 12 year old from Loch Lomond distillery, rebranded in 2015 as part of the Inchmurrin 'Islands Collection'. Which is rather apt, as Inchmurrin is the largest fresh water island in the British Isles, and it sits in Loch Lomond! Coincidence? We think not. Anyway, this is a wonderfully creamy single malt, which features whisky drawn from a trio of cask style, namely Bourbon casks, refill casks and recharred casks.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Creamy sweet cereals and allspice. Hints of toffee apples and pear drops. A little caramel and furniture polish.

Palate: Smooth, rich palate entry with barley malt and salt caramel. Dried herbs, candied peels and allspice.

Finish: Medium-long finish. Spicy.

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Inchmurrin 12 Year Old Reviews

Great balance

Love the combination of sweet fruits and spices. Lasts well.

5th December 2020

Fruity complexity

Nose is bold and complex...fruit and licorice. Palate is spirit dominated with hints of licorice, apples and tropical fruit. Finish is medium to long and slightly dry. My first purchase of a Loch Lomond whisky and I am impressed.

2nd December 2020

Very Special

It could be between few single malts that has its own ID and Passport! As if you met someone that lives all his his time on a remote isle, human but different. You can't find this speciality anywhere else...

23rd November 2020

Gentle giant

Love this whisky but it's definitely not smooth as someone below says. It needs a fair amount of water to reduce the roughness (not too much as a bit of rough is part of its charm!) and what you'll hopefully get is a rich, warm, welcoming, rounded, caramel, spiced oaky apple that really is an absolute pleasure, especially in Autumn! One to fall in love with for the long term.

19th October 2020

Amazing and Elegant

Amazing and elegant, well worth every penny, adorable, no regret!

1st September 2020

Great whisky

This has become one of my favourites, amazing value in Sweden where I am buying it from.

Rough and tough, not for those who want the smoothest whisky available. But add some (actually quite a bit) of water and this really opens up. Some beautiful dark caramell on the nose that is just lovely.

The palate very much confirms the nose in my opinion, although slightly less busy.

Great stuff!

12th August 2020

Well worth sampling.

Smooth and fruity (not too fruity!) with a lovely warm aftertaste.

16th June 2020

Fruity nose - more pronounced caramel on the palette.

Fruity nose with slight caramel. Rather more pronounced caramel on the palette.

4th December 2019


Strong in its relative paleness, balancing, mature, solid without a sweet edge which could enhance my personal predeliction.

18th November 2019

One of a kind

Great value for the money, mind in Sweden I'm paying about 10 pounds less for some reason, so yay for me... Anyway the nose is malty with sweet vanilla and ripe oranges, it's oily and oaky (I get the furniture polish reference). A touch of buttery toffee and pear. The palate is smooth, it has a sort of and oily sweetness, it's spicy and malty with a touch of fudge. (I wonder if their cut is close to the feints). It has personality, a great whisky that might not suit everyones palate.

25th October 2019

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