Deer, Bear & Moose Invergordon 1972

Deer, Bear & Moose Invergordon 1972

(0.7l, 49.7%)


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Invergordon 1972 Private Vintage

Somewhere between the distilleries of Dalmore and Glenmorangie lies a place that yields a Whisky completely different from any kind of a Highland single malt you’ve ever tasted. How is it different you ask? It’s not made from barley. Yep, we’re talking about the grain Whisky from Invergordon distillery
Being a black sheep of its kind, the grain Whisky is an entity of its own that is usually a bit underappreciated… making grain Whisky one of the unsung heroes of the Scotch Whisky realm.
 
The wild trio is here to prove that with Invergordon, counting 43 years. Coffey still distilled, this golden drop delivers such a dramatic and sensual shock that it will put the grains on your must-drink map. Forget about your favourite Speysider for a while... This grain wonder from Invergordon might reshuffle your Whisky priorities.
 
  • Category
  • Style
    Single Malt Scotch Whisky
  • Region
    Highland
  • Country
    Scotland
  • Alcohol
    49.7%
  • Distillery
    Invergordon
  • Age

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caramel
spicy
vanilla
oak
sweet
grain
sherry monster
toffee
ripe fruit
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Tasting Notes

Appearance
Golden straw.
 
Smell/Nose
From the sweetness of toffee to sugary bites of caramel.
 
Taste/Palate
A spiced rum, spanish brandy or cognac, almost rye-like blast with orchard freshness with toffee, vanilla and some oaky flavour to it. Warm and well rounded.
 
Finish
A prolonged finish of all things sweet, spicy and many things in between.
 
Ratings & Reviews
Robert
Robert,
Great flavor. Very smooth.
 
Lorenzo
Lorenzo,
This is an excellent single grain scotch; enjoyed this neat. This dram has a subtle hint of sweetness, little hot on the palate, smooth finish and as described in the flavor profile it does end with a nice rye compliment to it's semi-sweet long ending.
 
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