What's in a name? Cameronbridge 18 Year Old 1995 - Single Grain Collection (Signatory) whisky is called whisky because it's produced in Scotland. Were it from America it would be spelled Cameronbridge 18 Year Old 1995 - Single Grain Collection (Signatory) whiskey, rather than whisky.
Nose: Butter-icing (frosting?), the vaguest hint of kippers, birthday cake…
Palate: Creamy, vanilla, very grainy, more of that oily kipper hint.
Finish: Short, grainy.
This is one of those very nice and over looked drams that is worth buying. With its light all most floral and nutty overt tones and slightly zesty flowed by a creamy undertone with a hint of heather honey then a large dose of vanilla. It's price is excellent for a 18 year old dram to tantalise your taste buds with and I will certainly be buying more of these in the coming months !!!
27th November 2013
its such a shame that there so few lowland distillery's and on top of that so few single malt distillery's. with that in mind this whisky is a must try. very light and creamy, incredible its age! the only thing you can knock is the labelling but it's price, It is very, very good.
20th August 2012