|Location :||Buckie, Banffshire. Grampian Region.|
|Type :||Highland Speyside|
|Distillery :||United Distilers plc. : \L\1uinness plc & DCL)
Inchgower Distillery, Buckie, Banffshire, Scotland.
|Founded||1871 and expanded in 1966.|
|Age :||12 / 14 Years Old|
|Vol :||40% / 43%|
|Water :||Unknown (Buckie/River Spey ?)|
|Price :||(in Danish kr. 70cl. : ?,- )|
Testet : Yes / No (If Yes, comments below.)
Words from Michael Jackson :
Inchgower lies near the fishing town of Buckle, and its whisky is less of 3 Speyside malt in character than a coastal one.
To the palate expecting a more flowery, elegant Speyside malt, this one can seem assertive, or even astringent, in its saltiness. With familiarity, that can
become addictive. A lovely, sustaining dram after a stroll by the sea or a day's fishing. An earlier 12-year-old was slightly sweeter and fractionally more sherryish than the newer 14 year-old. which has more distillery character. The Inchgower distillery was built in 1871. and expanded in 1966.
House style Dry, salty. Restorative or aperitif.
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