- Single Malt
- Distillery Bottling
- Bottling serie
- Single Highland Malt
- Stated Age
- 12 years old
- 40.0 % Vol.
- 50 ml 750 ml
- Arthur Bell & Sons plc
- Bottled for
- ITALWELL S.R.L. - Bologna
- Added on
- 25 Mar 2010 1:57 pm
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Whisky Reviews for Inchgower 12-year-old
8 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 85.08 points
- Intense, spicy Speysider. A little old-fashioned, but I like that.
- Very nice, different then the 12y old's from the 70's
Sherry and fruit
Light, floral, sweet
Peardrops, spicy, slightly warming.
- N: Fruity, meaty, tomatoey - Lowlands style with watermelon juice, a touch of slightly fermented orange juice, ripe bananas, oily leather, coal, gritty and caramel woody notes. Very good.
T: Another malty 12yo Inchgower - malty, fruity salivating sweetness to start leading straight into a moorish sweet, honeyed creamy maltiness with herbal wood spices. Theres very little movement with this 12yo but what it delivers is more than sufficient to satisfy most palates.
F: Malty fresh with the caramel far less intrusive than the ‘De Luxe’ 12yo WB. A hint of smoke with oodles of herbal, vanilla and lime cream conclude this delicious Speysider.
C: Rather refined with a very fine nose, palate and finish although i do miss the simple Ovaltine force of the ‘De Luxe’. Either way, this is a fine expression.
Scores a B
- 1980's botteling. Very decent whisky for a standard bottling.
Dusty, malty and a hint of smoke. Some perfume as well.
Bitter sweet. Floral and fruity flavours. Perfume again. Quite intense for 40% abv. Complex.
Salty and a bit spicy, medium long.
- Spicy and fruity aroma, roasted chestnuts,
pear, cinnamon, cloves, floral honey, vanilla and dry hay. Marzipan
sweet taste, cinnamon, anise, pear, ripe orange, peat, vanilla and malt.
Long, sweet, fruity and spicy end.