What do you do when your landlord doubles the rent on your distillery? You move all of your equipment and build a new distillery up the road. Obviously. At least that’s what you do if you’re Inchgower. We admire the resourcefulness at Inchgower almost as much as we admire their whisky. And that’s saying something. We really enjoyed this robust and oaky whisky.
Nose: Oak, nutmeg and green tea, followed by green apple, figs and black pepper.
Palate: Oak, black pepper, tea leaves and nutmeg. Rich figs and green apple make an appearance alongside a squeeze lime.
Finish: Long and smooth with green tea, juicy apples and just a hint of fig to finish it off.