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At the risk of sounding like Jim Murray: what's up with that damn sulphur?! Anyway, it doesn't ruin this Invergordon per se, but Ican't say I'm too fond of it either.
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A worthy trio of whiskies for the Whisky Show 2018, and each of them really does represent their era. The Ben Nevis is of an old-school style, while the Ledaig stands for one of the better modern day whisky the industry has to offer presently. A single grain as the future? Coul very well be. This Invergordon is certainly one of the better iterations I've had the pleasure of tasting.
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An introduction the the inaugural releases of a new independent bottler from Belgium, The Roots. First up are an Invergordon 1972, Prunier Lot 40 and Bellevue 1998.
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A review of the Autumn 2023 Release from the Whiskydudes, including a Bunnahabhain Staoisha 2014, Invergordon 1986, North British 1994 and Teaninich 2007.