Inchgrower 12YO A De Luxe (750ml)

Inchgrower 12YO A De Luxe (750ml)

Inchgower distillery is located just on the outskirts of Buckie a small town in the North of Scotland and was built in 1871 to replace Tochineal. At one point in time, the local council even owned the distillery but Arthur Bell took over in 1938. Currently owned by Diageo, the distillery operates with four stills and is a major player in Bell's blended whisky.

This bottling is from that very era of Arthur Bell and is from the 1970s. 


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SA Packaged Liquor Licence Number: 57709427