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Carsebridge 45 Year Old 1965 - The Clan Denny (Douglas Laing)

(70cl, 44.7%)

 Carsebridge 45 Year Old 1965 - The Clan Denny (Douglas Laing)

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Carsebridge 1965 Bottling Note

Carsebridge was mothballed in 1983 then stripped of its parts in the 1990s, so what does this mean for this whisky? Well, it means we have a whisky that will never be produced again and will slowly but surely disappear never to be seen again. Thought provoking stuff indeed thankfully we have some forty-five year old Carsebridge from a single cask for you to enjoy right here.

Carsebridge is a grain whisky and grain is becoming more and more popular as people become canny to its amazing value for money. By the nature of grain whisky it requires a lot longer in cask than malt whisky to make it palatable hence why they are usually bottled in excess of twenty years old, however they are also a lot cheaper to make - long story short you get old whisky at a better price!

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Heaps of vanilla, rye heavy Bourbon and lime gently off-set with warm spices.

Palate: On the palate the Carsebridge offers satsumas, lemon and seville orange. In time this becomes candied peel and vanilla.

Finish: The finish is silky and warming with cinnamon, ginger and orange zest.

Overall: Loads of soft flavours slowly emerge as you drink this, the mouthfeel is creamy and soft, everything you could want from a whisky of this age and value.

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