Liquid Gold Award - 2014
Jim Murray's Whisky Bible
Interesting fact… Glencadam 10 Year Old whisky spells its name whisky as it originates in Scotland. Had it been produced in America its name would be Glencadam 10 Year Old whiskey, instead of whisky.
Nose: Aromatic and fresh. Hay, fruit, gentle wood influence with light vanilla and spice.
Palate: Beautifully balanced with tart fruits, freshly cut hay and vanilla sweetness.
Finish: Long and gentle as it fades out on barley malt and fruit.
A superb whisky. I have tried many, many others. Just opened a second bottle to find myself pouring up to three glasses of Glencadam 10 in a row. Really great stuff. Complex, fantastic taste and a very stable whisky down to the end of the bottle.
22nd December 2013
One of the hidden gems of scotch. Natural colour, non-chill filtered 46%. Rich honey/hay nose, fruity palate, lemons, shortbread. The best £30 you'll ever spend on scotch. Try it full-stop.
10th December 2013
This whisky never fails to bring a smile to my face...Stunning,complex and holds its own against much taller and more expensive company. I would be very interested in someone pointing out a finer dram for under £30.00. I have yet to find it.
1st September 2013
A great value single malt and a good choice if your after something different from the usual. At 46% and NCF its a good choice for the whisky connoisseurs. Mouthwateringly moorish this whisky surprised me with its different angle on Highland malt, I love it and it will become one of my cabinet must have's. If you want an unpeated whisky that holds it own against more established distilleries this is certainly worth a look.
13th May 2013
No brown dye, no chill-filtration and bottled at 46% - the distillery are showing respect, even before purchase. So I bought a bottle, simply for them three reasons and I certainly wasn't disappointed. This is great stuff! x
20th December 2012