These are fascinating whiskies to try, uniquely different to other whiskies, and at the present time they offer extremely good value for money their age compared to single malts.
Scotch Grain Whisky
Cambus 'Sovereign' 1988 / 29 years old 45.9%
Hunter Laing's 'Sovereign' range is comprised of special single grain scotch whisky releases. This particular release is from the now closed Cambus distillery. It is from a single refill hogshead barrel and bottled at cask strength of 45.6%. Distilled in September 1988 and bottled in April 2018, this is a 29 year old whisky. The notes on the nos...
Cambus (Grain) 'Cadenhead' 1988 / 29 years old 45.4%
This grain whisky from the now closed Cambus distillery is 29 year old and was distilled in 1988. This sweet, creamy whisky has notes of mango, almonds, butterscotch as well as candy floss.
Carsebridge 'Sovereign' 1965 / 50 years old 41.5%
We think this incredibly rare bottling is the first example of Carsebridge we've had here at Whisky Galore. The distillery dates back to the 1700s, initially producing malt whisky before moving to grain after a few decades and by 1980 it was the biggest distillery in Scotland. Unfortunately just a few years later it become one of the victims of ...
Strathclyde 'Cadenhead' 1989 / 26 years old 58.1%
Wemyss 'Frosted Molasses Tart' (Invergordon) 1988 / 2016 46%
The tasting notes on this 1988 single cask bottling from Wemyss simply states: Allow this BUTT to settle to enjoy a molasses treat with a coconut frost. Sounds like it should be a rather indulgent treat. A release of 681 bottles.