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Tasting Notes


Whiskey golden brown.


The taste of whiskey - soft, with hints of caramel, raisins and sherry. Aftertaste - medium length, with nuances of honey and oak.


Whisky has a delicate aroma with hints of honey and spices.


Great whiskey neat as a digestif, on the rocks or as a complement to the cigar.

Interesting Facts

"Cameron Brig" - Scotch Whisky "single grain" (pure grain), which is used in the production of unmalted grain with a small addition of barley malt (for conversion). Unmalted grain is treated with steam, whereby the wall grains burst and the starch is released. Distillation takes place in two pillar distillation apparatus in which steam is generated by using alcohol. Aging whiskey takes place in oak barrels.

Cameronbridge Distillery - one of the largest factories in Scotland, which produces grain whiskey. The plant, located in the quarter of a mile from the village Windygates, was opened in 1824 by John Haig. Kemeronbridzh was one of six distilleries that are united in Distillers Company Ltd in 1877, and John Hague was one of the directors. In the early 1990s, to repair the distillery spent 9 million. Pounds, was modernized production process using advanced technologies. To date - this is a huge plant with a capacity of over 30 million. Liters per year, the largest of the remaining grain mills in Scotland. Grain alcohol, produced Kemeronbridzh Distillery is used both to create their own brands and blended "Johnnie Walker", "J & B", "Bell's", "Black & White", "Vat 69", "Haig" and "White Horse" .


  • Serving temperature: 18-20°С
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