This review focuses on the third of a series of four bottlings from 2016 and it showcases an Invergordon which was distilled in 1988, matured in a bourbon hogshead for 27 years before being bottled at 45.8% abv.
So, let's dive right into the review!
The Single Cask Invergordon 1988 27 Years Old (45.8% abv)
Nose: Mellow and sweet. Luscious with toffee, peanut brittle, brown sugar and a touch of cinnamon. Palate: Surprisingly bright, pear eau de vie, fruity esters and again those caramel and brown sugar notes, can't go wrong with grain in first fill Bourbon barrels. Finish: Easy and more-ish.
This expression is available in very limited quantities by the dram at The Single Cask and bottles can be purchased at the following link: