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Inchgower Single Malt Scotch Whisky


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Speyside
1871
Springs in the Menduff Hills
United Distillers & Vintners
Operational
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+44 (0)1542 831161
 
Inchgower distillery was built in 1871 by the nephew of the founder of Tonicheal distillery, Alexander Wilson. Inchgower was actually a replacement for Tonicheal, the move to a new distillery was because the landlord of Tonicheal wanted to double the price of the rent. The new distillery was considered to be a model in those days. Inchgower has even been owned by Buckie council between 1930 and 1936, it was then purchased by Arthur Bell & sons.

In 1966, the distillery was modernised and its production capacity was increased when the number of stills was doubled from 2 to 4. Arthur Bell & Sons was taken over by Guinness in 1985. Guinness then became UDV a few years later. Only 1% of the malt produced is sold as single malt, the remaining malt is used in the Bell's, White Horse and Johnnie Walker and blended whiskies.
 

Inchgower Tasting Notes


Inchgower 14 Year Old Single Malt
Flora & Fauna Series.
Colour: Yellow-gold.
Nose: Light and fresh, almost a sea breeze nose.
Taste: Delicate with jasmine, tangerine and slightly liquorish. A little acidic.
Finish: Clean and a little short.

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Inchgower Bottlings


Inchgower offer you the following choice of single malts:
  • 14 Year Old Flora & Fauna Series.
  • 27 Year Old 1976 Rare Malts Series.
  • 22 Year Old 1974 Rare Malts Series.
  • 36 Year Old 1968 Bottled 2005.
  • There are a number of independent bottlings available with various finishes and vintages from top whisky shops such as The Whisky Exchange.

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