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Cameronbridge 1974 33 Year Old Jim McEwan’s Celtic Heartlands

70cl / 48.3%


About this whisky
  • Cask type: American oak
  • Malt type: Single Grain
  • Region: Scotland
  • Chilfiltered: No
  • Coloring: No
Built in 1824, The Cameronbridge distillery, alongside with the John Haig & Co legendary blending company with links to both Haig and Stein distilling dynasties. John Haig, who always tried to keep up with the modern world was one of the first distillers to use patent stills and by the 1880s the distillery had already used two of Stein patented stills, two coffey stills and one pot still for producing Irish style grain. Cameronbridge today, is the only fully Diageo-owned grain distillery in Scotland. This is a 1974 vintage from the Celtic Heartlands series, a collaboration between the indie bottler Murray McDavid and Jim McEwan, who at the time, was the master distiller of Bruichladdich distillery.

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