Reading the handwritten label, It tells me it’s a grain whisky, Single Cask and 51,2%.
I have to admit that I used google to find some information about the distillery and found some that might interest you ( the reader ) as well .
The distillery was established in the 19th century through John Haig in 1824 in a town called Cameron Bridge and it’s now part of Diageo.
Currently it’s the largest of the remaining grain distilleries in Scotland and the largest in Scotland? With the commissioning of their ( Diageo ) new bio-energy facility, they believe it will also be one of the most environmentally sustainable in the world.
- Color: Sweet gold
- Nose: Vanilla, warm custard, brown sugar, sweet candy, licorice, rise, sherry, red fruit, popcorn even.
- Taste: Sweet, complex of vanilla, pure and pieces. Sugar candy, sweet apple, red fruit ( cherrie, strawberry )
- Finish: Long and a lovely mix of textures
Suggestions: Just pure, not a drop of water.
I give this whisky an 8.5 out of 10.
This is really a nice one. Thank you ursula for sharing this whisky with me. It’s a real treat with fantastic lingering sweetness.
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