Beinn a'Cheo (meaning mountain of mist in Scottish Gaelic) is a cask strength single malt whisky filled on 20th November 2000 in a Bourbon Barrel at Inchgower from Speyside. Bottled at 61.0% on 10th February 2012 with just 180 being made available.
An independent bottling of Inchgower released for the Old Malt Cask range by Hunter Laing. This Speyside single malt was initially distilled in September 1995 and bottled in February 2016 from a single sherry butt. The cask filled 349 bottles in total.
An indie Inchgower single malt that’s released from bottler Malts of Scotland. Distilled in 2006, this was matured in a refill sherry hogshead before 250 made it out in 2017. It’s bottled at 55.1% ABV.
Bottled at natural cask strength from one single cask, this Inchgower was aged for 25 years in a refill hogshead. The whisky picked up masses of character from it's time in the cask - October 1989 to October 2014. 266 bottles were produced and presented in the Old & Rare Platinum range.
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