Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky
Bottled by: Berry Bros & Rudd 70cl / 52.4%
A single cask 13-year-old Inchgower 2009 bottled by Berry Bros & Rudd at cask strength without colouring or chill filtration for their Summer Releases 2022.
This 2009 Inchgower 13-year-old came from a single hogshead cask no. 301012 that yielded 227 bottles at a very tempting cask strength of 52.4%.
Inchgower is a bafflingly underrated Speyside distillery that spends most of its time making high quality malt whisky for owner Diageo's blends, and this Berrry Bros single cask looks like a belter.
Berry Bros & Rudd
|Series||Summer Releases 2022
Official Tasting Notes
Nose: The aromas are crisp, clean and fruity with a hint of sea breeze.
Palate: It is assertive on the palate, its fruitiness cut by a slightly dry edge and lingering salty tang: a reminder of the distillery’s coastal location.
Doug McIvor Says
“Located on the outskirts of the coastal town of Buckie, Inchgower epitomises that coastal style of single malt. It is one of few distilleries that has ever been owned by a local town council.”