N: A grain with notes of emulsion, varnish and methylated spirits [as the age would indicate], but there are additional notes of wild strawberries, a selection of fruity gelateria with caramel, malt biscuits and cream soda - drenched in soft yet permeating oak.
T: A bold start, given the level and age of the open bottle, arriving in one block. There’s roughness here brought on by the decades of oak. It’s tasty no doubt but also a bit muddled and befuddled. Medium-thin mouthfeel.
F: Treacle heavy with more strawberries and oak.
C. One of the first and oldest Invergordon there is. A bit tired [in the bottle], and slightly over-oaked overall but still very tasty.
Scores a C[+]