Invergordon / Wemyss Malts

Wemyss Malts Lemon Cheesecake Review

Wemyss Lemon Cheesecake Time for yet another fabulous Wemyss Malts dram this time with the wonderfully named Lemon Cheesecake, a 1988 vintage dram from the Invergordon grain distillery.

There are some really fabulous biscuity, cakey notes here right from the beginning and it's full of gentle sweetness that make it oh so easy to drink, fruit and biscuit/cake who could ask for anything more?

I've been hunting to find a bottle and struggling as Master of Malt seemed to be the only one who had it and it's sold out, if you see if anywhere else can you please give me a shout.

Thanks to Wemyss Malts for the official sample.

Tasting Notes & Details

Nose

Initially there are lots of lovely baked goods notes of gentle Madeira cake, undercooked shortbread and biscuit crumbs, there's a citrus jam sweetness on top of that with a buttery edge

Palate

Creamy and buttery with a hint of crushed ginger and citrus fruit marmalade and crunchy biscuits

Finish

Sweet citrus marmalade and ginger spices

Bottle Details

Bottle Name: Wemyss Malts Lemon Cheesecake
Age: 1988 Vintage
ABV: 46.00
Distiller: Invergordon
Bottler: Wemyss Malts
Type: Single Cask Single Grain
From: Scotland, Highland
Posted: 21/10/2014 by Tom



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