Classic mixed whiskey from years ago, Inver House Green Plaid is rarely seen. A bottle from the 1970s.
This mixed scotch is based on the characteristics of each of the refined and powerful single malts in its composition. For example, the fruit of An Cnoc and the marine malted barley that is typical of Balblair.
Inverhouse has two distilleries in the northern Highlands (Balblair and Old Pulteney) and three in Speyside (An Cnoc, Balmenach and Speyburn). The blends produced by Inverhouse oscillate between fruit, sweetness, power and marine notes.
Nose: sweet, with almond milk, pear and apple for cider. A slight vegetable character, underlined by a touch of malted barley. Light note of caramel.
Palate: sweet and firm, characterized by caramelized sugar, dried fruits, hazelnuts and roasted almonds.
General: caramel bitterness. Opens with coffee and mocha.