A 13-year-old single malt distilled at Loch Lomond bottled for Jack Wieber's Whisky World.
Inchfad is a discontinued, heavily-peated style of whisky from the Loch Lomond distillery.
A very rare find as the distillery no longer release anything under the 'Inchfad' name.
Although heavily peated, Inchfad's smoke is often light and delicate.
This was distilled 2005 and bottled as a 13-year-old. 54.5% with 292 bottles. Matured in an ex-bourbon cask.
Jack Wieber is based our of Berlin, Germany and have been releasing whisky since 1998. Renowned for exceptional quality, they are largely unavailable outside of select European outlets and are certainly a rare commodity in Australia.
The 'Old Train Line' series is regarded as being as amongst some of the world's most desireable bottles for seasoned independent bottler lovers, despite (or perhaps because of) JW's private and sometimes eccentric approach.
Each bottle is sealed with a wax seal with hand-applied labels.
- Single Malt
- Loch Lomond