- Single Malt
- Distillery Bottling
- Bottling serie
- Rare Malts Selection
- Stated Age
- 27 years old
- 55.6 % Vol.
- 700 ml
- Bottle code
- Added on
- 14 Oct 2007 11:16 pm
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Whisky Reviews for Inchgower 1976
14 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 88.37 points
- A tad herbal with vanilla and coconut on the nose, stone fruits on the palace, finish rather long,very balanced, really to my taste
- Balance (22,5)
Delicate, vanilla and grass ... dry board and exotic fruits, chocolate dust ... orange caramel, jelly, a drop of wax ... puff bun on a farmer's boot (22,5)
Explosive, spicy, hot peppers and fruits, grass (22.5)
Herbal finish, vanilla and wood, fruit and wax ... menthol with green (22.5)
- Meets exactly my taste with the exotic and has beautiful notes as a counterweight (coniferous forest, eucalyptus, etc.).
Lime, kiwi, water and nettle melon, green apple, papaya, star fruit, vanilla, light honey, toffee, fresh flower meadow, touch of salt, linen sacks, pebbles, pear
Lots of pear, which I love as note, papaya, kiwi, watermelon, sweet malt, great light forest honey, pine nuts, toffee, eucalyptus, green apple, white grapefruit, lemongrass
Light, sweet malt, honey, rosemary, oregano, kiwi, melon, long, more tannins than before
- The nose is lovely but you need to give it time.
- Inchgower and Teaninich are my two unsung single malts of the whisky world, this is excellent and just how I like my whisky.
Old school class
Nice nose, what I call old school Malt, earthy, some smoke, a little peat, rhubarb & plum, thick cut dark orange marmalade with a little fruit cake & marzipan. Glorious stuff.
Thick, oily and waxy with some fruit punch and hints of cigar smoke. There is a good dose of peat in there along with marmalade again and a few grassy notes
Long, syrupy with a battle between the fruit and peat to the finish
- Colour: Bright gold
Nose: Banana, pineapple, honey, almonds, hints of mutmeg.
Palate: Tropical fruit cocktail, almonds, vanilla, orange blossom honey, hints of ginger and nutmeg.
Finish: Very long, fruity and slightly spicy.
Overall: Very strong fruity aromas and a beautifully creamy mouthfel make this flawless whisky a delightful treat.
- Test 069: Diageo whisky with Janne Groth - 070414 The whisky tested:
Glass 1 Inchgower 27Y / 1976, 55.6% 4 points Glass 2 Convalmore 28Y / 1977, 57.9% 27 points Glass 3 Talisker 25Y, 57.2% 29 points Glass 4 Talisker 30Y, 51,9% 61 points Glass 5 Brora 30Y, 56.3% 78 points Glass 6 Lagavulin 30Y, 52.6% 68 points
Testimonials Per Eriksson Inchgower 27Y / 1976, 55.6% Scent: Sweet, vanilla, grass, malt, candy, charcoal, tofee, soft honey Taste: Lots of flavor, vanilla, little bacon, candy tones, light honey, sugar tea Aftertaste: sell ?, long fine, some sweetie Score: 87 Testimonials Bernt Sjödin Inchgower 27Y / 1976, 55.6% Color: Dark gold Scent: floral, honey tones, sweet mats Taste: Sweetie, salty nutty, vanilla tones Aftertaste: Medium - Long, Clear Honey Tones / Sweet Matte Score: 88 http://smad.se/provningar/Provning%2069%20Diageowhisky%20med%20Janne%20Groth.html