- Single Malt
- Douglas Laing (DL)
- Bottling serie
- Old Malt Cask
- Stated Age
- 28 years old
- Refill Hogshead
- DL 6455
- Number of bottles
- 50.0 % Vol.
- 700 ml
- Added on
- 15 Dec 2010 4:40 pm
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28 × member ratings
18 × in collection
Whisky Reviews for Inchgower 1982 DL
10 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 88.88 points
- Petrol notes on the nose and in the taste. Not the first time I encounterd this in an inchgower from the early 80's.
- An unusual and pleasant whisky: 88
Woody nose with pastry smells. A slight hint of vanilla.
Sweet palate on malt and rye, nuts, coffee, chocolate, pastry. This whisky makes me think of a bourbon or even a rye whisky because it really has the taste of rye.
Long and sweet finish on coffee and chocolate. Still the taste of rye whisky or bourbon.
- Special to say the least. 89/90.
The nose is unlike any other whisky I know. Upfront a waxy note which is hard to describe, but I guess Play-Doh clay comes pretty close. But it's also fruity: Apricot, lychee, orange and citrus. And some oak and caramel.
Waxy, but not in such an odd sense as in the nose. Apricot, orange, lychee, papaya, vanilla and a pleasant fruity bitterness such as grapefruit. In the long run somewhat nutty.
Wax, lemon, almond, pecan and a little caramel.
- verry nice and and a bit complex , i like a lot!
Thanx to Ruud!!
first mint, freshness, a little grassy, green apple, sweetness, marsmallows, soft oak, sweet honeypopcorn, liqorice, tabaco, vanilla.
with water; , baby talcumpowder, vanilla-meringues becomes a bit more soury but not in a negative way.
Bittersweet almondcookies, flowers, sweet ginger, maplesyrup, orangesyrup, incense.
with water; more dept but less powerfull.
dried apricots, soft oak again, vanilla.
with water it becomes more briny/salty. (zilt)