This Inchgower 10 Year Old 2007 SV is bottled as part of “The Un-Chillfiltered Collection”, allowing fans to taste unchillfiltered whiskeys which give them a rich, oily and distinctive profile. A most authentic taste experience. Inchgower is a whiskey distillery located near the village of Buckie, in Speyside, Scotland. The nephew of the owner of the old Tonicheal distillery, closed in 1871, founded the same year the Inchgower distillery near the town of Buckie. It was closed in 1903 before being reactivated by the municipality of Buckie in 1930. In 1936, it was bought by Arthur Bell & Sons, which modernized the distillery in the 1960s and installed two additional stills. Fruity, herbaceous. White fruits, oak, pepper.
Fruity, herbaceous. White fruits, oak, pepper.
Matured in a pair of hogsheads for more than a decade, this 2007-vintage Inchgower single malt was bottled in March 2019 for Signatory Vintage’s Un-Chillfiltered Collection. This clean, crisp coastal whisky has notes of green apples, red berries, seaweed and heather honey throughout the palate.