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Overall rating
Single Malt
Edition Spirits (ED)
Bottling serie
The First Editions
Stated Age
32 years old
Refill Hogshead
HL 13363
Number of bottles
46.5 % Vol.
700 ml
Added on
07 Mar 2017 6:18 am by Bishlouk
UncoloredNon-chillfilteredCask StrengthSingle Cask Whisky

Average value

€ 215.48

10 × in wishlist

18 × member ratings

27 × in collection

Whisky Reviews for Inchmurrin 1984 ED

8 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 89.00 points

  1. lachaineduwhisky did not rate this whisky Expert Senior

    We are in Littlemill territory! I love this profile! Enthusiasm Nose 4/5 Mouth and finish 5/5 Whisky n ° 1642
    • Nose
      "Dust of wood" and malt, white chocolate, fruits in salad. Nice presence at this ABV. It is more delicate with the opening with an emergence of toffee.
    • Taste
      Fruits in shambles, vanilla yoghurt, dusty malt, texture "chewing"!
    • Finish
      We find fruit yoghurt, spices sparkle subtly, milky finish.

  2. aphex scored this whisky 90 points Expert Senior

    Reminds me of few Littlemill (Cooper's Choice 1985 27 yo sister casks) with its fruity and herbal tea aromas. This one is more juicy on the palate though. A very good old Inchmurrin/Loch Lomond.
    • Nose
      Fruity, floral and vegetal. Apples, pears, plums, apricots, peaches, fresh grass and herbs, tea. A bit of malt and hints of pastry. Very good.
    • Taste
      Fruity (ones from the nose and a few berries), juicy and peppery with a few vegetal notes. Some vanilla too.
    • Finish
      Medium, peppery and fruity.

  3. Bram84 scored this whisky 88 points Expert Senior

    • Nose
      88 88
    • Taste
      88 88
    • Finish
      89 89

  4. wataya scored this whisky 91 points Expert Junior

    • Nose
      91 91
    • Taste
      92 92
    • Finish
      89 89

  5. ovanpuyvelde scored this whisky 91 points Expert Senior

    • Nose
      91 91
    • Taste
      91 91
    • Finish
      90 90

  6. Gaija scored this whisky 91 points Expert Senior

    I was thinking 90 for a while because the mouth felt a bit extractive to me but I'm going for a (light) 91 for two reasons : that last smoky raspberry note, and the fact that a tiny bit of water really makes a few dominant note shine bright.

    The teas and apricots feel very Littlemill indeed (as Bishlouk already noticed on a former release), but on the other hand, there's also something Tomatin in the plums and peppery berries. Lovely : it's complex and explorable, and yet at the same time, ultra accessible and drinkable.
    • Nose
      A vast array of aromatized teas, mostly rosehip, but also earl gray and mint ... lovely "old" grandma teas, really. With that comes a huge and very inoffensive fruitiness, on strawberry syrup, apricots, tea-soaked peaches, blueberries ... so pleasant ! Very malty to round it off, with buttery madeleines, fresh eggs. Simply un-dislikable.
    • Taste
      Various teas and shades of apricots again, with a leathery touch. Then evolves on even more teas and even more fruits ... damn ! Cherry-flavoured tea, plums, pink peach, even a slight mineral hint ... That last side grows up with a drop of water, with the apricot becoming sublimely precise. The teas can seem a bit extractive, and there's a light peppery woodiness (but hey come on, it's 32 already), but that's frankly my only criticism.
    • Finish
      Here fruitiness gets replaced by some pleasant vegetal notes, with a big and almost salty maltiness again (that's not the first time I get this feeling with Inchmurrin), that actually sounds like peanuts. A mineral fruitiness still lingers : chalk, white grapes. 15 minutes later, there's even a very intriguing smoky raspberry note.

  7. Bishlouk scored this whisky 91 points Connoisseur

    Put .. [censored] that's good of the old Inchmurrin, anyway! After tasting Cadenhead's 1974 and 1984's First Editions, I'm watching Old Inchmurrin's releases to comfort me not only that it's good, but also that it's very close to Littlemill's markers. (which is still the case here). This expression is perfectly balanced, never aggressive; the hyper fruity offers a delicious greed, and the floral / plant brings a touch of freshness. All that I love.
    • Nose
      Booooom! The hyper fruit, the floral, the flower stalk, everything is there. Great greedy on the basket of juicy white and yellow fruits, and honeycombs. This delicacy is supported by the freshness of small summer flowers and daisy stems. Quickly, the rest (even if I take pleasure in making the scents last in my nostrils)!
    • Taste
      The ramage is well worth the plumage, the mouth is in the right continuity of the nose: juicy fruits full of sun, fruit syrup, fructose, honey, and in the distance of the green and peppered plant which is being made a way towards the foreground.
    • Finish
      Average. As soon as you swallow, it is the fresh and slightly minty plants that take hold of your hand. This freshness dries the mouth slightly. A peppery tip comes to tickle the cheeks.

  8. Bishlouk scored this whisky 91 points Connoisseur

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