Hey Gov I like it so far it has a very nice Flavor and rolls down very nice I will do much more testing but You should pop yours open and give it a try. I get a kick out of it being Inver House which was a part of Publicker who I worked for so many years ago let me know what you think!
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When I first started to drink whiskey, 35 years ago, my drink of choice was Inver House. I can't remember why. Later I switched to Passport.
The Reason Chuck was Inver House was Very Good those Days that Continental Owned it and as the Old Ads said Inver was IN everywhere. Mr Neuman started a way for everyone to enjoy Scotch and at affordable prices, and we had so many brands those days, such as Glen Mavis, Heather Mist, Pinwinnie, Hallers Scotch, Mac Arthur's, Glen Flagger, Red Crown and many more and they were first rate then. I myself only ever drank Inver House for a scotch back then. It was a catchy sort of name and a great Product. Also the Best part was the name Inver House came from the Name Of Si Neumans Home in the Phila Suburbs Inver House! But when they owned it there were allot of Scotchs to try in the Pa State stores they sold all the Continental brands those days, not Wine World as they are today. Just heard an ad on the Radio yesterday how they are getting more Wine in the stores every day. Far as I care they can put it where the Sun don't shine!
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You can read my review of it here if you wish.
It looks like the stills that Publicker installed have been shutdown since the mid 80's. The managment team bought the facility shortly after the stills went silent. I believe that the rest of the facilities(two) are continueing warehousing and blending operations. While most of their distilling is done at five other distilleries in Scotland. Their product lines appear to be very top shelf and have won some serious awards lately. You can find their info here.