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Carsebridge was founded in 1799 by John Bald as malt distillery and in 1851 switched to grain whisky production. In 1877 Carsebridge Distillery was one of the founding companies of DCL (Distillers Company Limited), it was also the biggest distillery in Scotland with annual output close to 8 million liters of spirit. In 1983 the distillery ceased production and was demolished by 1992. The site hosts Business Park now. The 1981 Vintage is one of the handful expressions of Strathclyde single grain. The whisky was aged in first fill ex-bourbon hogshead no. HH 6609 for 29 years and bottled at natural strength of 53.1% abv as part of the Clan Denny range.
Producer’s tasting note:
Americana in style on the nose – detect its bourbon cask history (even on the empty glass). Massively sweet on the palate – it is full of hard candy and fruity boilings plus vanilla pods. The finish carries a hints of smoke – plus soft, sugary flambéed banana.