Inchgower was built in Speyside in 1871 after the distiller Alexander Wilson was forced out of the nearby Tochineal distillery his uncle had built forty years previously when the landlord doubled the rent. All the equipment for Inchgower came directly from Tochineal, whose buildings still exist. Read More »
A 1997 vintage whisky from Inchgower, seldom seen as a single malt due to the vast majority of its production going into the Bell's family of blended whiskies. This was bottled by Gordon & Macphail under their Connoisseurs Choice label.
The only generally available distillery bottling from Inchgower, usually a key part of the Bell's blend. It's also not one that independents see much of, so this is one of your only chances to try the output from this quietly elegant distillery.
A smart looking 1970s bottle of little-seen Speysider Inchgower, with the inscription 'A Deluxe Highland Malt Scotch Whisky From The House of Bell's' on the label. Rare and in its own way rather beautiful.
The Rare Malts are a now-discontinued series of cask-strength releases designed by Diageo to showcase some of the hidden treasures in their portfolio. This little beauty was awarded 5 stars and 90/100 by Serge, www.whiskyfun.com.
A 1974 vintage Inchgower released by Diageo as part of their Rare Malts series of bottlings. Whilst most of the production forms the base of top selling Bell's blended whisky, there are a limited number of single malt releases too.