Information regarding Cameron Brig Single Grain Whisky
Cameron Brig Single Grain Whisky is made from a single grain and is lighter in flavour and mellow in taste. This allows all the oak flavour to come through while consuming the whisky. To the nose there is a Honeyish and spicy smell.
This is an ideal starter whisky for non whisky drinkers as it is easier to consume than others, but also a great whisky to consume even when you’re a full time whisky drinker as it is a delight to the palette with its smoky taste.
Distillery Details for Cameron Brig Single Grain Whisky
Cameron Brig Single Grain Whisky is made at the Fife distillery Cameronbridge and is in the Scottish Lowlands. This distillery at the time of writing is the largest distillery in Scotland and opened in 1824.
Before 1929 Cameronbridge produced two types of whisky, grain and malt, but after 1929 they decided to concentrating fully on making grain whisky only. The distillery also produces Cameron Brig Pure Single Grain Scotch Whisky, Cameronbridge Vintage 1959 (35 Year Old) Single Grain Scotch Whisky and Cameronbridge 1979 (25 Year Old) Single Grain Scotch Whisky.
The water source used to product whisky at this distillery could be from the River Leven which passes the distillery.
The contact details for this distillery is Cameron Bridge, Windygates, Fife, KY8 5R and the phone number is 01343 547433