Berrys' Own Selection

Berrys' Own Selection

Inchgower Distillery

1980

ABV: 46%

Age: No age statement Years Old

Year Bottled: 2006

Style: Single Malt

Country: Scotland

Region: Speyside

Bottling: Berry Bros. & Rudd

Overall
Score

7.6

Tasting Notes

Nose

Both jammy and meaty, think of venison and redcurrant jelly. Water turned it a bit grubby, but this note settled to become like an earthy, forest floor. Some sweet, wine-like fruitness is there too.

Palate

Sweet and jammy, then drying.

Finish

Tannic, with a dry and husky, aftertaste like you get when you chew peated barley.

Comment

Choose the 1974 over this one, although if you are a fan of sherry cask led malt this may be your thing.

Taster Score
7.3

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