Inchgower Whisky 14 years old 2021 Flora & Fauna Collection

Inchgower Whisky, 14 years old, bottled in Speyside, Scotland, 2021 Flora & Fauna Collection

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Tasting notes for the Inchgower Whisky 14 Years Old - 2021 Flora & Fauna Collection

  • EYE: Deep golden color with amber highlights. The appearance is bright and attractive, indicating its maturation in oak casks. When swirled in the glass, it forms fine legs, indicating good viscosity and a certain concentration of the whisky.
  • NOSE: Rich and complex aromas unfold. Notes of ripe fruits such as pear and peach mingle with hints of honey and vanilla. Delicate nuances of caramel and chocolate also come through, adding a delightful dimension. Subtle hints of smoke, wood, and spices gradually reveal themselves, offering a balanced and enticing aromatic palette.
  • MOUTH: This whisky delivers a rich and flavorful experience. The flavors of ripe fruits unfold elegantly, providing a harmonious combination of sweetness and complexity. Juicy pear, ripe peach, and candied citrus notes merge with indulgent hints of creamy caramel and dark chocolate. Subtle spices like cinnamon and nutmeg add a pleasant warmth. The texture is velvety and silky, with a full and well-balanced mouthfeel. The finish is long and lingering, leaving a delicate impression of ripe fruits and chocolate sweetness.


In short: This Inchgower Whisky 14 Years Old from the 2021 Flora & Fauna Collection embodies the typical style of the Speyside region. It is a refined and complex single malt, offering rich aromas and a nuanced taste experience. The velvety texture and well-balanced fruity flavors make it an excellent choice for aficionados of elegant whiskies. It can be enjoyed neat to fully appreciate its aromatic palette or with a splash of water to further reveal its subtleties. This is a whisky worth discovering, especially at such an affordable price!

Other cuvées from this distillery: The Un-Chillfiltered Collection, Lady of the Glen, The Old Malt Cask, Old & Rare Platinum, James Eadie, Càrn Mòr Strictly Limited, Diageo Special Release, Flora & Fauna Collection, The Single Cask, Labyrinth, Old Particular, Family Series, Whisky Cellar, Premier Barrel, Provenance, Hepburn's Choice, The Cooper's Choice, Mossburn Vintage Casks, Connoisseurs Choice, Cask Strength Collection, Clan Denny, A Rare Find...

Product Details

Data sheet

70 cl
% vol.
43 %
Speyside, Scotland
2021 Flora & Fauna Collection
14 years
Single Malt
Producer: Inchgower

The tradition of whisky

The story began in 1871 with the closing of the Tonicheal distillery. Alexander Wilson, nephew of the owner, decided to move the stills and the barrels of Tonicheal and to build a new distillery, called Inchgower, in the town of Buckie. Inchgower was active until 1903, before suspending its production. It was the town of Buckie that reopened the distillery in 1930.

Inchgower was then considered to be the perfect spirits distillery: it had its own carpenters on-site, as well as blacksmiths making barrels, vats and stills. Plus, the worker houses were also located at the entrance of the property. The distillery was bought in 1936 by Arthur Bell & Sons who in 1960 modernized the equipment, thus doubling the production capacity, before being sold to Guinness in 1985.

Most of the production goes into the development of blends. Thus, 99% of the whiskey is found in Johnnie Walker, White Horse and Bell's blends. The rest is bottled as a single malt and offers light, slightly peaty flavors with a bit of tang and citrus.

Discover the flavor of Inchgower whisky.

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