Very quick review today of the oldest Grain whisky I’ve tried thus far.
Gotta say too, these TBWC labels are spot on. Love this one with the Coffey still making coffee!
Invergordon 42 TWBC 48%
Nose: Oaky and old, very dry. Smells really old. Very, very dry.
Taste: Tastes half the 42 years. Soft and balanced, spice and oak, slight rubber.
Finish: Long length. Spicy then burnt rubber.
The oldest grain I've tried so far, but the balance isn’t there on the nose and the taste and finish have a slight rubbery note.
Thanks for reading!
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