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Cameronbridge 34yo 50.3%

Single Grain Whisky From Scotland

A cask strength bottling from Cameronbridge distillery.  Bottled after spending 34 years maturing in a single barrel.  Distilled in 1984 and bottled in 2018 under the world whisky label. It’s not only because his name is in it and he is from 1984 is this one of Cameron McGeachy’s favourite bottlings! Even Serge Liked it!





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Price £100.00

6 in stock


Dried plums and apricots, clove oil and hints of cardamon


Raisin butter, vanilla, burnt sugar, sponge cake and butterscotch.


Big sweet finish, with grapefruit and rye spices


Nose – Beautifully sweet and ripe, full of fruit (orange, plum), petrichor and deep cask wax. Old, varnished woods, buttercream and cigar tobacco.

Body – Gentle and beautiful, apple pie (crusted brown sugar and French brown pastry), tobacco leaf and gentle rum notes.

Finish – The grain comes through in the finish, it’s medium length with apple juice, blonde wood and caramelised sugar.

A world class nose and delicious drinking, this is a fantastic grain.

Score A⊕’

87 /100

Colour: gold. Nose: niiiice! Swiss cheese, leather, miso, vanilla, oranges, tobacco… It’s slightly fermentary, which is rare in grain whisky, but which I enjoy a lot. With water: peat smoke! Mouth (neat): right, can we please see the papers? Smoke, oysters, seaweed, soot, brine… Ha-ha-ha! With water: very good. And very smart. Finish: medium, sweet and peaty. There ought to be a rock and roll song about that. Comments: smokier than poor Ardbeg Blasda or Laphroaig Select! We wanna meet this cask… Well done Cadenhead, that was smart; and fun. Whisky as it should remain, light-hearted and rather made by rascals for us rascals (and affiliated scoundrels). - Serge

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