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Launched as part of Diageo's now discontinued Flora & Fauna range. Created in the early 1990s by United Distillers Vintners (what would later become Diageo), this range initially had no name and it was only when famous whisky writer Michael Jackson nicknamed it the 'Flora and Fauna' series (after the bottles’ wildlife themed labels) did it stick. This Inchgower 14yo is the only generally available bottling from the Inchgower distillery in Speyside, usually forming an integral component of Bell’s blended whisky. Bottled at 43%.
Nose: Rich and deep and a hint of toffee. After a while offers some short-crust pastry and fruit, like greengage tart or damson pie. Then it settles and becomes lighter and vaguely 'gun-metal' - a mix of metal, gun oil and cordite, but all very faint.
Palate: Sweet overall, but also curiously mouth-drying, with some salt and traces of oil.
Finish: A saccharine-bitter finish that leaves an aftertaste of almonds.