Dram of the Day: Rare Auld Inchgower

Dram of the Day:
Rare Auld Inchgower 1982 29YO Cask 6974
In 1938 – the year Duncan Taylor was founded Bell’s bought Inchgower distillery for £3,000

Tasting Notes:
Colour: Gold
Nose: Caramel toffee, Battenburg cakes, lemon curd and vanilla essence. Some oily notes and lots of orange – boiled sweets.
Taste: Very sponge cake like, but moist! More lemon notes coming through. Some more vanilla essence with icing sugar and some white chocolate.
Finish: Custard creams, touch of fennel, lime leaves and faint horseradish.
Comment: A Birthday Cake Whisky!


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