Inchmurrin 2001
15 Year Old Single Cask TWE Exclusive

70cl / 53.1%
  • Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky
  • Distillery Bottling
Inchmurrin 2001 / 15 Year Old / Single Cask / TWE Exclusive
Not Available
This product is currently out of stock
Enter your email address below, you will be notified when this product is available.
when this product is available.

Chosen by The Whisky Exchange, this exclusive single cask Inchmurrin was distilled at Loch Lomond in September 2001. Bottled at 15 years of age in May 2017, this has notes of tangy orange, sweet vanilla and spicy ginger.

Distillery Bottling
15 Year Old
Bottling Date
May 2017
No of Bottles
Cask Number
Chill Filtered


  • Body
  • Richness
  • Smoke
  • Sweetness


  • Vanilla Vanilla
  • Ginger Ginger
  • Orange Orange
  • Apple Apple
  • Peach Peach
  • Melon Melon

Inchmurrin 2001 Reviews

Tasting Notes

  • Tasting notes by Billy Abbott (The Whisky Exchange)

    Nose: More restrained fruit than most Inchmurrin: hints of wine gums and gummi bears with fresh apples, pears, lime peel and white melon. Sweet cream sits in a layer on top, sprinkled with nutmeg and pine needles.

    Palate: An initial hit of sweet cream is swamped by sweet and sharp orchard and stone fruit: apples and pears, peaches and nectarines. Orange zest builds as the other fruit fades, with sweet spice and fruity sweets coming in from the back.

    Finish: Zesty citrus, apple sauce and buttered spice.

    Comment: A grown-up Inchmurrin – more breakfast preserves and fruity condiments than childhood sweetshops – and excellent with it.

  • Tasting Notes by Stuart P

    Nose: Fresh, bright fruity notes of melon, apple and ripe peach, with a lovely aromatic spiciness layered over the top. Freshly cut ginger, a touch of vanilla cream and marshmallow.

    Palate: The clean fruit continues on to the palate, even more refreshing than the nose. Very crisp and clean notes of melon, banana leaf and gooseberry – a drop of water unlocks even more fruit, bringing peach and zesty orange.

    Finish: The ginger returns, adding a fresh, spicy note to the warm ripe fruit.

    Comment: One of the fruitiest whiskies I’ve tried in recent months, this is a beautifully made dram that is clean as a whistle.

  • Producer's Tasting Notes

    Fresh and slightly tangy orange peel, followed by barley sugar, a vanilla sweetness, a ginger spiciness and melted brown sugar at the end.

Customer Reviews

  • Add Your Review