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The Inchgower distillery was built in 1871 in Speyside near the fishing village of Buckie. There was a private cooperage, and there were houses for the staff. Beyond that, the history of Inchgower has been remarkably quiet compared to that of many other Scottish distilleries. The supply of single malt whisky for the blend industry has been the main business from the start. As many as 99% of production goes to blends such as Bell’s, Johnnie Walker and White Horse. Of the remaining 1%, the most is released as an independent single malt whisky bottling.
One from the Flora & Fauna series this 14-year-old single malt whisky from Speyside distillery Inchgower. This is such a dram that develops in the glass from minute to minute. This whisky is well balanced and has depth. A fresh spring whisky!
99% of the production of Speyside distillery Inchgower goes to blended whiskies. Of the remaining 1% of this single malt whisky, the majority consists of independent bottlings. This 22 year old, sherry cask finished is one of them. (59.7%)
This 10-year-old Inchgower single malt whisky is a release In the series The Un-Chillfiltered Collection from bottler Signatory Vintage. Matured in bourbon casks and bottled at 46%, this Speysider is a nice entry whisky, at a nice price.
The single malt whisky from Speyside distillery Inchgower can almost only be found as third-party bottling. Bottled by the Dutch 3006 Whisky, this 6 year old edition is no exception. It was finished on a 1st fill PX sherry quarter cask. Bottled at 60.5%.
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