This single grain whisky was distilled at the Cameronbridge distillery in fife. A very light, gentle whisky.
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Nose: Light, subtle. Honey, spice.
Palate: Caramel, mixed peels, a touch of sherry, sultanas.
Finish: Medium length, oak and honey, more peels.
Definitely worth trying and getting your friends to try
mr david bell
particularly basic in a humble way
Just been given a bottle for my birthday ,a lovely slightly smokey mild mellow whisky never had grain before always been blended or malt would like to get my hands on some more bottles dont think its sold locally (Chester)
3rd August 2014
I couldn't discern that many flavours from this whisky, it's the simplest whisky I've ever tried. If I did find any tones such as honey or apple they were very faint and taste only appeared with water, faint apple.
A good whisky but not to my liking.
4th July 2014
Cameron Brig's Single Grain has been a delight. With its own sweet flavors, one can understand the value of single grains in their own right, not to mention what they can then contribute to blends. Lets not forget that without blends, no distillery would survive long enough to keep the "single malt" industry alive, so let's give them the credit they deserve.
27th February 2014
Super everyday dram, lovely sweet honey notes with a touch of spice. I'd always been dismissive of grain whisky but after reading the reviews I thought it must be worth a try. At this price point it certainly is a great everyday whisky in my humble opinion and I certainly won't be do dismissive of the grain in future.