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Cambus 30yo 45.5%

Single Grain Whisky From Scotland


Cambus distillery closed in 1993 – 26 years ago so this stuff is getting pretty scarce these days. The good thing though like with most grains they improve with age and this 30yo is a great example of how good grain can be if you leave it in cask for a long time.


Outturn (bottles)

258

Country

Distillery

Range

Age

30

Cask Type

Spirit Type

%Volume

45.5

Volume (ml)

700

Year Distilled

Spirit Release


Price £107.50

5 in stock

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Nose

Sweet and oily. Coconut and lots of rum notes.

Flavour

Rum flavours continue, creamy, lemon drizzel cake.

Finish

Fading vanilla, white sugar and juicy orange.

Reviews


Nose – Wow – enormous presence to this, opening with old school tropical scotch cask, but one of those entrancing casks that combines weird, structural wood with the fruit. This is oddly formic and has a little fountain pen ink and wood sour backing to that big, juicy mango, new carpet and fruit polos. Please, please be good on the delivery…

Body – … and it is – ripe and lacquered, gentle and rich with fruit and sugars – mango smoothie and Marlboro lights.

Finish – Fades out quite quickly via a touch of blue cheese and black pepper, but that’s what happens with things get this blustery.

A superb whisky. Neither of these grains is particularly grainy, particularly this one which is classic old Scotch. Utterly delicious.

Score A⊕+
(That is very good in Ben’s scoring – see here for info)


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