Named after an island rich in meadow and woodland, our 18 year old has a strong oak character, with hints of summer grass, tropical fruit and zesty citrus notes. Their master cooper back then was Tommy Wallace, who carefully selected the finest casks to mature the liquid for a minimum of 18 years allowing time and nature to bring out the sweet character of the wood. Inchmurrin 18 year old is non-chill filtered to keep things just as nature intended.
The Single Malt Review:
Tim and Dave from The SMR YouTube channel, based in New Zealand give their unbiased and impartial review below.