In a nutshell:
A grassy and floral Highland single malt from Loch Lomond Distillery.
Inchmurrin is the largest island in all the Scottish fresh water lochs, which appropriately enough is Loch Lomond itself. Along with the grassy notes there are hints of florality, pear drops, crème caramel, soft fruits, vanilla and fudge. It was aged in three kinds of casks - bourbon, re-fill and re-charred - before being blended together and then bottled without chill filtering which allows all the natural flavours and aromas to shine through.
Seriously flavourful but matched with a certain delicacy.