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An exceptionally rare 44 year old single cask single grain whisky from Carsebridge.
07 May 2021

Interest in Scotland’s great grain distilleries, and particularly the ‘Ghosts’, is on the up. The rich, fruit forward nature of much grain whisky offers a deliciously different side to Scotch and when you combine that with the fleeting nature of small cask offerings that give a glimpse into the workings of long closed distilleries, it’s not hard to understand the appeal. Carsebridge, just inland from Alloa Harbour, is something of a legend among afficionados, renowned for the sophisticated and refined quality of the few rare old single grain whiskies that survive. Converted to distill grain spirit in 1850, it was ravaged by fire in 1902, rebuilt and then a victim of the great closures of 1983. By the time the doors closed that last time it was the largest grain distillery in Scotland, and yet it left vanishingly few casks, all of which are approaching 40 years old and very rare.    Read More

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