Colour: dark amber. Nose: starts on lots of chocolate, sherry and smoke again, then candy sugar and biscuit. Develops on cooked fruits (strawberries, blackcurrants) with notes of maraschino and a beautiful caramel, pralines… Excellent! Mouth: a beautiful sherry again and a wide, yet balanced and powerful attack. Quite some kirsch, getting again quite smoky. It’s really powerful, with no sign of tiredness. Lots of vivacity. A perfect old sherried Inchgower, maybe not extremely complex on the palate but most enjoyable. Rather different from the Moon Import (more caramelly, less drying) but I feel both are just as good. 90 points.
|Classification||Single Malt Whisky|
|ABV/ Volume||46.0%/ 75cl|
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