We all know that the That Boutique-y Whisky Company has a reputation to bottle the most wonderful whiskies with amazing labels looking like comics.
The Cameronbridge is aged for 39 years to develop it’s own character. I was lucky enough to have the opportunity to try a sample. Unfortunately I don’t have the full bottle, for the label is amazing.
This whisky is another beauty from the wide range of That Boutique-y Whisky Company.
Cameronbridge 39 yr old – Batch 7 – 44,6 %
- Color: light gold
- Nose: Dried fruit, red Elstar apples, ginger, salty, hints of honey in a bed of flowers, cinnamon, raisins, custard-pudding with drops of toffee caramel, walnuts, citrus, lemon and marzipan
- Taste: Apples mixed with caramel, covered in cinnamon, lemon-pie, walnuts, mandarin, honey, warm chocolate mixed with mango and vanilla ice-cream with a top of orange syrup.
- Finish: Sweet, warm and long
Grain whisky from the Cameronbridge whisky distillery (the largest grain distillery in Europe), Batch 7 is a release of 278 bottles.
Suggestion: No water needed, straight from the bottle into the glass. And remember, no ice either.
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