Coastal distilleries are fascinating as they often deliver a unique briney and nutty quality.
Inchgower is no different. There are many elements in production which contribute to this nutty and spicy style of single malt.
Perhaps its East Highland location in Buckie, close to the mouth of the River Spey, being the most influential.
Historically linked to the Bells blend, Inchgower offers an interesting range of flavour.
Beginning with tropical fruits of melon and banana, then move into orchard fruits and vanilla before finishing with toasted almond notes.