Inchmurrin 18 years is the oldest single malt whiskey from the house of the distillery Loch Lomond. Inchmurrin the largest island in Loch Lomond, which is about 20km north-west of Glasgow in Scotland is located. The distillery Loch Lomond is a relatively young distillery and although earlier almost every farm has even distilled, not many distilleries are left in the Western Highlands. On the gift box of Inchmurrin 18 years the outlines of the island, a dozen people inhabited by about mapped. With a maturity period of 18 years, this Inchmurrin one of the older single malt whiskeys from Scotland. The long ripening period is characterized by an intense flavor from oak and wood. Besides occur fine notes of summer grass, tropical fruits and fruity lemons. The Single Malt Whiskey 18 Inchmurrin Their is carefully compiled by the Master Cooper Tommy Wallace from barrels that have aged for at least 18 years. This maturation period have helped the whiskey to develop the natural flavors of wood and the sweet character. Nose swirl around a rich notes of honey, which are well balanced with the strong tones of oak. The full body of the 18 year old single malt whiskeys Inchmurrin comes at Tasting expressed. Oak is a harmonious symphony with tropical fruits like pineapple, mango and kiwi. On the palate, citrus holds but back sooner. At the end of the oak gets in the finish again noticeable that, in combination with ginger flavors for a long but age-appropriate disposal. The Inchmurrin 18 years single malt whiskey is a very special recommendation, which was also confirmed by the judgment of the San Francisco World Spirits Competition. The Spirits Competition in San Francisco has won this place 18 years single malt whiskey as best independent Merchant single malt whiskey and a double gold medalist in 2016 the Inchmurrin. Another gold medal at the Hong Kong Spirits Awards 2016 confirms the excellent quality of this unique single malt whiskey from the house of Loch Lomond on the same lake.
Inchmurrin 18 Year Old is a 18 year old single malt whisky (located in the Highland region). Rated an average of 4.1 out of 5 by 6 reviewers and available from Loch Fyne for only £64.0, falling slightly short of liquid gold but this in a solid everyday single malt whisky.