Review: I should say that I never add water to my whisky, I believe in drinking it as it comes.
Nose: Subtle, Vanilla, Tingly, Apples, with Watery Honey always present in the background
Taste: Velvety Smooth Salt breaks over a Sweet Spicy Burst and I can taste a slight whisper of Smoke
Verdict: Over all this is a score for me as I bought this bottle based purely on the fact that it was a Speysider, I had no idea if I would even like it. but like it I do, it is incredibly easy to drink, Soft, Sweet and Tasty. I am a novice and my mouth hasn't had the education it sorely needs to give a proper judgement on this and I feel Inchgower is a good tasty whisky that I'm glad I bought and would buy again but it definitely isn't one that stands out as something special.