The Cambus distillery is closed since 1993. It was one of the first grain distilleries in Scotland. Its production began in 1836. During one episode of its life, the distillery burnt down in 1914 and was so seriously damaged that it did not reopen until 1938. This bottle thus holds a real piece of history. A grain whisky vintage 1990 from the Cambus distillery bottled in March 2019 by Meadowside Blending, who proposes it in its Grainman range at cask strength, without chill-filtration and with its natural colour, an edition of only 216 bottles. This whisky is aged for 28 years in a unique barrel made of a beautiful combination of three types of casks: Sherry, Port and Bourbon. A complex, round, slightly woody whisky that finishes on a dry finish with a nice vinous side.
Content: 70 cl