- Single Malt
- Distillery Bottling
- Bottling serie
- Island Collection
- American Barrels + Madeira Wine Casks Finish
- 46.0 % Vol.
- 700 ml
- Added on
- 04 Oct 2015 3:13 pm by Erik Elixer
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Whisky Reviews for Inchmurrin Madeira Wood Finish
15 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 82.22 points
Citrus fruits, spices, light clementines
Sweet, honey, caramel, fruit, oak, nutty
Dry and Nutty
Somehow the whisky does not excite me, Probably too young - I had expected more, since I have already tasted good drops of Inchmurrin.
- Tasty, surprisingly good, the Madeira is quite recognizable but also the oak and only a little tannins. Even if there is no age here, he is not very young, at least not young.
Toffee, caramel, raisins, fruit cake, but also a green note, as from an Irish, spring onions, more sweet than sour and very fleshy
strong, but not alcoholic, malty, also here raisins, the fruit cake, nice juicy, caramel and toffee, quite salivary
Here, in addition to the decaying fruits, there are also oak spices, but nicely balanced, very pleasant
- Powerful and deep, but not too complex Inchmurrin. Especially the nose and balance are prominent.
Honey, raisin, vanilla, spicy oak and waxy fruits.
Powerful. Big spicy oak. Citruses, salted minerals and sweet fruits.
Medium length, spicy, fruity, oaky.
- Special dram. A lot of herbs where the pepper and ginger clearly stick out the head.
Slightly fruity. Some pear, banana. Touch of vanilla. Something stale. There is also a spicy side with pepper, ginger and some nutmeg.
Sweet creamy taste. Special but I taste the smell of a snack bar. Spicy through the pepper and the ginger. I do not find the nutmeg in the taste.
Spicy and slightly creamy. Medium to long.
- Tasted at WTF2017 - August 2017
Older Loch Lomond whisky wasn't really one of my favourites, but I heard good stories about it lately, including the hype around the "law and order Whiskynerds bottlings" So i gave this one, together with the standard Inchmurrin 12, the peated Inchmoan and the Loch Lomond Single Grain a try. I must say, am impressed, quality drams.
For this one: Compared to the 12, this one is somewhat fuller in the body, with more sweet vanilla strawberry candy taste.