T: Thats a confident arrival with an active, oily cask influence leading the way with a malty/cereal fresh development. Oily, waxy, oak charring leads the way to the finish.
F: Milky Shreddies, sour cream, bitter herbs and a faint charred oily notes remain with quick swings between malty cereal and sour freshness. Oily, sour malt & herbal crisps conclude. Good pace and length
C: Most of the Inchgowers ive tried have been sherry butts so its refreshing to experience a candid bourbon cask malt. This works very well. Not sure id pay £111 for it [MoM Jan ’15] but its a lovely dram. Very idiosyncratic of a distillery im very fond of indeed.
Scores a B+