Inchgower / Inchgower

Inchgower 14yr Flora and Fauna Review

Inchgower 14yr Flora and Fauna Inchgower is one of those distilleries that i've not had much experience of, my only other review being a single cask from Wemyss Malts called Pears and Almonds, so i was excited to try this flora and fauna bottling.

The flavours and notes in this one are similar to my notes from the Pears and Almonds bottling with orchard fruits and oak, it's a really interesting dram and the notes are very much up my street with bittersweet orchard fruits, especially with my cider love.

Priced very reasonably you can pick up a bottle from Specialists like Master of Malt and i would recommend giving it a try, i will certainly be looking for other options from this distillery in the future too.

Tasting Notes & Details

Nose

The nose begins with lots of bittersweet orchard fruits lots of pear especially, light sweet syrup like tinned pears, vanilla cream and sweet Demerara sugar with gentle oak

Palate

Sweet fruity with pears and spiced sweet oranges, and syrup oakiness comes through really tasty

Finish

Short and sweet with oak

Bottle Details

Bottle Name: Inchgower 14yr Flora and Fauna
Age: 14
ABV: 43.00
Distiller: Inchgower
Bottler: Inchgower
Type: Single Malt
From: Scotland, Speyside
Posted: 03/03/2016 by Tom



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