Cameronbridge 24 Years Old 1989 Single Grain

Cameronbridge 24 Years Old 1989 Single Grain (46%, Cadenheads, Bourbon HHs, 618 Bottles, 2013)

  • 46% ABV,
  • £60 for 70cl, 618 bottles
  • Score: 69/100

Cameronbridge 1989, 24 Years Old - Cadenheads

What they say:

Nose: Butterscotch with lime leaves and sweet digestive biscuits.
Palate: Honey & toffee sweets with fresh bread dough and milk chocolates
Finish: Some very subtle aniseed root orange blossom and fresh cut pears

Single Grain Whisky

What I say:

Dram #2 from the WOLS Breaking Down the Blend tasting


This 24 Year Old bottled by Cadenhead’s is actually one of the best drams of single grain whisky I have had. Unfortunately however it was severely lacking in character and body found in single malts, and distinctly gave me the impression it had been made mostly from corn or maize?

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