- Single Malt
- Duncan Taylor (DT)
- Bottling serie
- Stated Age
- 36 years old
- Oak Cask
- Number of bottles
- 46.3 % Vol.
- 700 ml
- Added on
- 18 Oct 2008 5:22 pm
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32 × member ratings
15 × in collection
Whisky Reviews for Inchgower 1968 DT
5 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 89.73 points
- This Whisky was sold for 385 € at Whiskyauction in Jan.2017
- More monolithic on licorice, I can not see how it would be possible. If you're fond of liquorice, go for it; otherwise pass your
path. Personally, it's just too much for me.
So no rating, because my feeling is purely based on my personal taste that is not compatible with the love of licorice. But I do not like it at all at all ...
A lot of licorice, and a kind of pharmaceutical syrup smell. It dominates all the rest of the feet and shoulders (I can still detect wood and cold ashes).
In the line of the nose: liquorice on all floors. Once I have been able to abstract from it, a woody sweetness is revealed fleetingly.
Liquorice (what else?) Invades the throat and seizes it. A bitterness can be guessed too.
- Nose: Even the scent of the bottle gives a sense of a nice dainty old Malt. Wonderfully fruity with slight polish notes, as so often in the sixties and some clove. After a week immediately a delicious spicy freshness (mint). Some eucalyptus, resin, bath additive
Palate: first very soft, fruity, then persistent strong malty and spicy. Honey with beautiful barrel flavors and again something fresh and minty. very unique and delicious.