First Editions Inchgower 19 Years 750ml 110.4 Pr.
The Inchgover distillery was founded in 1871 by Alexander Wilson and Co. It is located in Banffshire not far from the River Spey in Scotland. The Inchgower is classified as a Lower Speyside Malt and takes its water from a burn rising in the Menduff Hills to the south of Buckie. The vast majority, 99%, of whisky produced at the distillery is used as a blending component in the popular Bells blend, Johnnie Walker, and White Horse blends. The remainging 1% is sold as a single malt whisky. With that in mind, it's hardly surprising that Inchgower malt whisky is very difficult to find at your average liquor store. Despite being a relatively small-scale distillery, Inchgower boasts thriteen onsite warehouses which hold up to 60,000 casks.