A well-sherried Carsebridge from the Old Particular range by Douglas Laing. This handsome 33 year old single grain Scotch whisky was distilled in December 1982 and bottled in September 2016, with an outturn of Just 253 bottles drawn from single cask #11339.
Signatory’s Cask Strength Collection sees some wonderfully aged whiskies at exceptional value. Here’s a particularly interesting one - as you don’t see a lot of sherry-matured single grain whisky about these days. This one is from the closed Carsebridge distillery. It was...
An extraordinarily well-aged single grain Scotch whisky bottled by That Boutique-y Whisky Company. Just 252 of these 52 year old whiskies were produced. The Carsebridge distillery sadly closed back in 1983.
The second batch of That Boutique-y Whisky Company's super well-aged single grain whisky - 52 year old Carsebridge! The label illustrates the iconic Black Rock Bar on Christopher Street, London, where you'll find a rather long drinking table made from European oak. Just 285 bottles were...
Carsebridge distillery was closed in 1983, just a few years after this particular whisky was distilled. So it’s definitely a bottle of whisky history. This one has spent 40 years maturing in a refill hogshead, before being bottled at 53.7% ABV as part of Douglas Laing’s Xtra Old...
Single cask 42-year-old grain whisky from the Carsebridge distillery, bottled for the Sovereign range by Hunter Laing. Distilled in 1973, it was filled into refill hogshead #12366 and bottled over four decades later in April 2016. The cask churned out a total of 167 bottles.
Single grain whisky after a long life in wood becomes a thing of beauty. 46 years should do the trick nicely. This 46 year old comes from the closed distillery of Carsebridge, and was matured from 1970 to 2017, then bottled as part of Murray McDavid’s Select Grain series.
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