- Cambus 40 Year Old 1975 Sovereign
Cambus 40 Year Old 1975 vintage Lowland single grain Scotch whisky. Single cask refill hogshead #11266 bottled February 2015 by Hunter Laing & Co. for the Sovereign series. 114 numbered bottles.
This whisky has a sweet, mellow nose of vanilla custard, butterscotch, pears, and apples. The palate is smooth with fudge and caramel to the fore, and a fruity fragrance coming through late. The sweet finish is long and dry, with some citrus notes.
Cambus Single Grain Whisky
John Moubry commissioned Cambus Distillery in 1806 at Cambus near Alloa to produce malt and grain whisky. He was amongst a group of contemporary distillers ‘paid’ to close their works for a number of years by the Stein and Haig distilling family in order to enable the later to maintain their monopoly in the exportation of Scottish spirits into the London gin market. Cambus Distillery is a lost Lowlands grain whisky distillery having closed in 1993 although its whisky remains available and the site is occupied by a Diageo cask filling works. Hunter Laing Sovereign Cambus grain whiskies are extremely popular.