Another excellent single cask release from the stellar “Ultimate Whisky Company” who continue to live up to their billing with consistently delicious whisky. Inchgower is not often seen as a single malt whisky, and is a core part of the famous Bell’s blend. The malt is known for possessing an assertive, clean and Speyside flavour. This bottling is no exception, a spritely and youthful whisky, packed full of green fruit and malt flavours, with a little honey and light oak influence. This is a nine year old malt whisky, distilled on the 30th of August 2007 and bottled on the 26th of July 2017, so a little under a month off 10 years old, having been matured in a Hogshead. The whisky is presented at 46% ABV, without chill filtration or artificial colouration, which allows its natural flavours to express themselves. Only 349 bottles were produced, meaning that stock of this bottling is extremely limited. Terrific stuff again, from the Ultimate Whisky Company.