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Invergordon Distillers

9-21 Salamander Place, Leith , Edinburgh, Midlothian, EH6 7JL, Scotland
Tel: +44 131 554 4404
Fax: +44 131 554 1531

Articles (13)

A Highland Queen
A Custodian Collection from Tullibardine

January 2016, Issue 133, page 29

A point of difference
Out man visits the hear of Whyte and Mackay's grain supply

December 2013, Issue 116, page 38

Back with a vengeance
Tullibardine shut its doors in the 1990s. Now, as part of a retail complex, it is back. Charles MacLean went to the triumphant reopening

January 2005, Issue 45, page 34

Going native on Deer Island
John Lamond visits one of the most charming and laid-back of the Scottish islands, Jura-home to one of the country's most remote distilleries.

December 2000, Issue 13, page 28

Good Evans!
William Delmé-Evans designed no less than three distilleries. Gavin D. Smith talked to him

January 2003, Issue 28, page 22

Grand designs
There are numerous financial risks involved in establishing a new malt whisky distillery. But how do you make sure the whisky you produce is any good? Richard Jones reports

August 2006, Issue 58, page 28

Jura and George Orwell
Two stories running in tandem

June 2014, Issue 120, page 32

Return of the Big Tam
Gavin D Smithlooks at the comeback of a Speyside classic

September 2007, Issue 66, page 48

The House Blend
In the first of a new series, Gavin D. Smith takes a look at some of the famous names of blending which were once very familiar, but have now dropped below the radar, disappearing altogether or divert...

September 2011, Issue 98, page 32

The Maverick Distillery
Pushing the boundaries at Bruichladdich

October 2016, Issue 139, page 26

The refashioning of history
Charles Maclean examines the curious story of Clan Campbell and its acquired pedigree

August 1999, Issue 5, page 56

After overcoming many challenges, there’s a bright future ahead for Blackford’s distillery

November 2017, Issue 147, page 15

Worth rediscovering (Jura)
Jura makes no economic sense. But when it comes to putting quality before profit it stands like a beacon. Ian Buxton made the long journey

January 2006, Issue 53, page 24

Whiskies (18)

Adelphi Invergordon 1964
Single Grain - Scotland - 47.10%
7 A rich grain whisky on the fruity side. Interesting.

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Berry's Own Selection Invergordon 38 Years Old 1971
Single Grain - Scotland - 48.00%
8 The balance between sweet and sour is perfect. A grain whisky? I would have thought of an old bourbon.

Cadenhead's Invergordon 12 Years Old, Whiskies of the World
Single Grain - Scotland - 65.30%
6 The sweetness on the palate can't tame the alcohol harshness. It has not benefited from the casks as its pale colour confirms.

Cadenhead's Invergordon 13 Years Old
Single Grain - Scotland - 67.80%
7 Paler than the Royal Mile version, and drier, too.

Dewar Rattray Invergordon 1964
Single Grain - Scotland - 51.30%
7 A pretty bundle of US oak, slathered in silky creaminess. Impossible not to like.

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Dewar Rattray Invergordon 1964
Single Grain - Scotland - 52.10%
8 Shy at first but cheering up on cake aromas. A liquid pudding.

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Dewar Rattray Invergordon 40 Years Old
Single Grain - Scotland - 48.10%
8 A strange, huge, dark and dense whisky. Try with Pecan pie or scallops seared in burnt butter. Surely a nod to the Ozarks?

Duncan Taylor Invergordon 1965 38 Years Old
Single Grain - Scotland - 50.10%
7 Such a long ageing has made the bourbon wood very dominating. The crisp, cleansing, hint of pine in the distillery bottling better suited a single grain.

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Duncan Taylor Invergordon 40 Years Old
Single Grain - Scotland - 50.30%
8 An interesting profile. Well matured. The butyric note on the nose does not echo on the palate.

Duncan Taylor Invergordon 40 Years Old
Single Grain - Scotland - 49.00%
7 Want to get bourbon drinkers into whisky, give ‘em grain! Maybe not 40 Years Old grain but it could be the way in.

Invergordon 1971
Single Grain - Scotland - 48.00%
The most wood influenced. Medium bodied. Very focused spirit.

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Invergordon CI5517
- Scotland - 50.20%
8 That rare commodity...a mature grain. Snap it up quick the industry is in short supply!

Royal Mile Whiskies Invergordon, 22 Years Old
Single Grain - Scotland - 45.00%
6 Appetising. Some length and complexity.

Scott's Selection Invergordon 1964 47 Years Old
Single Grain - Scotland - 43.80%
8 An enticing oldie. But I bet it was in a better shape a few years ago.

That Boutique-y Whisky Company Invergordon Batch 3
Single Grain - Scotland - 49.80%
7 Is this a first fill Oloroso matured blend? It certainly gives that impression.

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Wemyss Malts Single Cask Release Lemon Cheesecake
Single Grain - Scotland - 46.00%
8 Tender hearted and loveable. Delicious.

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Wemyss Single Cask Release Rosy Apple Brulé
Single Grain - Scotland - 46.00%
9 This proves that when you get the oak balance right with a grain and a sherry cask, it's a great combination.

Wemyss Vintage Malts Caribbean Crème
Single Malt - Scotland - 46.00%
8 The oak was a bit too dominant on the nose, however the palate is beautifully balanced.

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