Carsebridge 42 Year Old

CHF 395.00
inclusive of VAT +


Built in 1799 in Alloa in the Lowlands, the Carsebridge distillery initially produced malt whisky. But with the increasing demand for grain whiskies for blending in the 1850s, it was converted into a grain distillery and became only a few years later one of the largest producers in Scotland. A fire broke out in 1902 but it was the year 1983 which was the most difficult for the distillery with its closure, as it was the case for a dozen other distilleries this year. Carsebridge was finally destroyed in 1992. So this is a real piece of history in this bottle. This vintage 1973 grain whisky is part of the Sovereign range proposed in 2016 by the independent bottler Hunter Laing. A whisky aged for 42 years in a refill hogshead (ref. HL12366) and bottled at cask strength with its natural colour. Limited to 167 bottles.


Flavour palette: 

Caramel  Amandes  Pommes


Content: 70 cl

Strength: 53.1%