After reviewing Inchmurrin ‘Order’ just a couple a days ago, it is now time for the Inchmurrin 2003 ‘Law’. This is the sherried variant and is, just like the other one, 14 years old. Just to be clear, I’ve tasted them side by side, but I always write one review per page.

This Inchmurrin has matured in a refill sherry butt and is bottled at 56,3% ABV. Cask no. 17/169-1.

Inchmurrin 2003 ‘Law’ tasting notes:

Nose: It’s combination of red, dark and dried fruits; dates, cranberries, raisins and cherries. A touch of oak. And ozone? I did not expect to find that here. 🙂 Then resin, followed by mocha and dark chocolate. A sour orange as well.

Taste: Some nice dark and red fruits again, like cherries, a few strawberries and plums. Oranges here as well. A bit of honey and a lot of chocolate. A hint of fresh tobacco too.

Finish: The finish is quite long with some lovely fruity flavours as mentioned above. And a hint of wood, but more like tree bark?

Nicely done again, a good balance between the sherry cask and the Inchmurrin spirit. Lovely!

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Tasting notes: Inchmurrin 2003 ‘Law’ – Whisky Nerds

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