- Single Grain
- Lady of the Glen (LotG)
- Stated Age
- 24 years old
- American Ex-Bourbon Cask
- Number of bottles
- 56.0 % Vol.
- 700 ml
- Added on
- 18 Oct 2013 1:19 am
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Whisky Reviews for Invergordon 24-year-old LotG
3 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 85.75 points
- Alcoholic sting, tastes younger than its actual age. Way better Invergordons at this age and price out there!
- Took water really good and brought delicate and elegant notes of vanilla softener almost. Very nice indeed.
(Rating interval 83-87)
Creamy vanilla and some complex floral notes, icing sugar and some unripe fruits. Water brings clarity to the fruits as pear, green banana and unripe melon appear.
Explosion of vanilla on the palate followed by intense black pepper, (tellicherry), sucrose and mint. Water softens it up and lifts vanilla ice cream, custard out of the strong vanilla flavor but also some bitter honey. It starts sweet but progress towards more sour notes into the finish.
The finish is short, mostly black pepper but with water more smooth with delicate vanilla and grape fruit.
- note from Lady of the Glen:
first grain whisky. This charming Highland whisky was a personal
favourite of the Lady of the Glen team. Well balanced and golden with a
fragrance of pear and a touch of peach on the nose. The key note of any
decent Invergordon is vanilla and this grain was compared to vanilla ice
cream. The richness and warmth of baked fruits, hazelnut with combined
hints of pear and ginger gave this whisky a toasty in the mouth sweet
and dry finish. With the addition of water you could enjoy a depth of
new flavours as it took on a zesty dimension with hints of lemon peal.
Charmingly young taste even though it is old.