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Inchgower 14 yo Flora & Fauna

by Oliver Klimek on April 16, 2011


My Tasting Notes:

Colour: Straw
Nose: Lemon, pineapple, nuts, hints of banana, porridge and ginger.
Palate: Nuts, vanilla, lemon zest, malt, hints of tropical fruit.
Finish: Medium long and mild.
Overall: This malt needs some time to open up. It has rather subtle aromas, actually a little too subtle for my taste.

Rating: 78/100 – Price Tag $$$$$ – Value for your Money $$$$$

Buy Inchgower Flora & Fauna at Master of Malt

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Mac na Bracha April 19, 2011 at 10:33 pm

Oh… a lovely malt. The finish is amazing. It seems to settled then returns in a wee whirlwind on the back of the tongue.

Have tried 4 other Inchgowers since then. The Bladnoch 28yo CS is amazing as is a 16yo Cadenheads I had. I tasted the £250 a bottle Manager’s Choice once and it too was excellent, though not really that superior to the £43 Cadenheads one. Only one of the SMWS bottlings was underwhelming.

Would like to see more from Inchgower.


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