Invergordon 1971

Country: Scotland
Type: Single Grain
Bottler: Berry Bros. & Rudd
ABV: 48%
Score: 92 points

Single grain whiskies don’t get enough respect in my opinion, but this one deserves plenty of respect! It’s a light gold, oily and thick in the glass, with notes of coconut and banana on the nose. The taste is surprisingly spicy, with a peppery kick that fades to reveal the fruity notes from the nose. The finish is light and tropical-fruit sweet.

Mark Gillespie

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