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Cambus Distillery was founded in 1806 and originally produced malt whisky. In the 1830s Coffey stills replaced pot stills and the distillery focused on distilling grain whisky. Cambus was one of the founders of DCL (Distillers Company Limited), predecessor of Diageo. The distillery closed in September 1993 but its warehouses and filling station are still in use, mainly for spirit form nearby Cameronbridge distillery. Cambus single grain was never officially bottled and independent bottlings are very rare. The one presented here, part of Signatory Vintage Cask Strength Collection, comprises whisky distilled on July 24, 1991 and aged in a refill butt no. 55891, which after 24 years, on November 4, 2015 yielded 447 bottles at 51.9% abv.
Nose: smooth, vanilla, toffee, breakfast cereals, boiled apples and plums, hay, hints of licorice and pepper and gentle oakiness.
Palate: soft and mildly spicy, vanilla, honey, almond croissants, apples, pears, oranges, lemon grass, licorice, dash of pepper and oak.
Finish: fairly long, fruity with spicy tang