Inchgower 9 Year Old
John Milroy was one of the first retailers to pioneer Single Malt Whiskies in London over 40 years ago. The Scottish connoisseur’s devotion to promoting Malt Whiskies and his ability to identify special casks has created an international following for The John Milroy Selection.
NOSE: Crisp, clean and fruity with a drift of salt breeze
PALATE: Fruitiness cut by a slightly dry edge
FINISH:Lingering with a coastal, salty tang
AGE: 9 years
CASK: Refill hogshead
OUTTURN: 262 bottles
STYLE: Single Malt Scotch Whisky
Inchgower distillery was built in 1871 close to the fishing village of Buckie. The distillery went bankrupt in 1936 but was bought by the Town Council for the princely sum of £1600 and subsequently sold to a large distiller at a handsome profit in 1938. Only one percent of Inchgower produced is bottled as Single Malt.