- Single Malt
- Bladnoch Forum (BF)
- Stated Age
- 28 years old
- Number of bottles
- 50.4 % Vol.
- 700 ml
- Added on
- 14 Jul 2010 4:58 pm
7 × in wishlist
49 × member ratings
30 × in collection
Whisky Reviews for Inchgower 1982 BF
11 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 83.00 points
- Interesting. There are a few strange notes included. Fruity, more gummy bears, but also somehow mushrooms. Very strange. But ultimately a false mark
- Quite allright
aromatic, sherry, fruit, not very prenounced
Dry, tangy and acidity
Warm and spicy (staranice)
- Attractive Speysider
that surprised me in a positive way. It does need a bit of water though. It
becomes the whisky. You can still find this for around 130 EUR (which is dirt
cheap for this big guy, although it originally sold for half that).
Grass, flowers, hay,
potpourri. That is the nose of this Inchgower in a nutshell. Lemongrass! Then
some apple peelings, kirsch and a wonderful trace of smoke. A touch alcoholic.
Adding water makes it somewhat sweeter (dark sugar?) and more creamy. A bit of
coconut milk, in fact. This one is off to a very good start.
Nicely oily, but
rather sharp on the spices. Ginger, pepper and even some curry. Big oak, too.
Grapefruit. Tastes like salty plum liqueur. This does not exist of course. Nice
balance between sweet and bitter and even salt. Quite complex. And wonderful.
The finish is long
with a lot of oak and a quite a bit of kitchen salt.
Nose gives strong alcoholic sense with relatively
intensive hints of flowers. Possibly some melon and strong bourbon notes.
Rather fruity and smooth.
It starts with strong and wide sweetness
with hints of peach, honey, flowers and watermelon. Sweetness lasts very long. Very
complex and well balanced sweet-note whisky.
Rather long, sweet and very smooth.
- Needs a bit of water to bring out the full character of this Inchgower.
Honey and eucalyptus. Ripe orchard fruit. Mint? New shoe polish. English toffee. Dried wild flowers (narcissus, daisy).
Honey again. Vanilla and oak. Caramel apples. More oak. Country biscuits. Anise.
Herbal and a bit malty. Some citrus peels. Sugar cane.
dignified, at first lemon, later a banana, later some sweet syrup - possible, that cherry, toffee, "low" sweetness
he is equaling the smell if isn't exceeding, unlike the smell at first sweet cherry, later faint slightly bitter taste along from light lemon, roughness of spices, pinching on the tongue,
finish very balansec, would be liked longer, sweet bitterly dry