The Cambus distillery is closed since 1993. It was one of the first grain distilleries in Scotland. Its production began in 1836. In 1914, the distillery burnt down and was so seriously damaged that it did not reopen until 1938. This bottle thus holds a real piece of history. It’s a grain whisky vintage 1988 from the Cambus distillery bottled in May 2019 by Hunter Laing, who proposes it in its Sovereign range at cask strength, without chill-filtration and with its natural colour, an edition of only 242 bottles. This whisky was aged for 30 years in a unique sherry hogshead.
Tasting notes by the Rêves de Whisky team: On the nose, caramel and pepper. On the palate, the caramel fades to give way to fruits, blackberries and blueberries.
Content: 70 cl