Inchgower 14 Pouch
SINGLE MALT WHISKY
The Inchgower distillery was built in 1871 by Alexander Wilson and company as "The great distillery of Inchgower". It lies near the fishing town of Buckie which lends some coastal character to the 14 year old single malt. Alexander Wilson and co went into receivership in 1936, selling the company to Buckie council. Shortly after this the council sold the distillery to Arthur Bell & Sons, soon to become part of Diageo. In the 1960's the distillery expanded output with the addition of a second pair of stills doubling capacity. Inchgower has always been a key component of blends, however this 14 years old single malt is part of the discontinued Flora & Fauna range. The bottle features the distillery symbol of an oyster catcher, a bird that visits the area annually.