N: Compacted lime & honey malt presented in a natural style. It’s a little nutty with a lambs lettuce note but there’s very little of that distillery profile i associate with Inchgower - namely a heavy, leathery dry-sherry maltiness.
T: Starts with a funny, mild-funky arrival which wavers around. Generally it's a honeyed, mineral-mash with a mild fizz, steadily becoming a rather thin>weak malt that lacks coherence.
F: Somewhat pokey [yet still weak], with notes of silicone, mildy-fresh aniseed and a tepid & dirty finish akin to some [agricole] rhum's>clairin.
C: Not that convincing, and in context of a weekend of stunning blends and malts stretching three different centuries, this modern Inchgower is certainly lacking. Blog
Scores a C[-]