Cambus

Cambus

Cambus was originally founded in 1806 as a malt whisky distillery but was re-equipped in 1837 for grain distilling. Much of the distillery was destroyed in a fire on the night of 23rd September 1914, but 24 years later a rebuilt Cambus reopened. Closed for the final time in 1993, single grain expressions from the distillery are hard to come by.


specifications

country:
Scotland

region:
Whisky

Subregion

Pricing options statement
Delivery
These items are for delivery to any mainland Great Britain address. The displayed prices include duty and VAT.
In Bond
These items are for storage in a bonded warehouse and are offered for sale without the inclusion of duty and VAT. These charges need to be settled before the wine or spirits can be dispatched, unless being delivered to another bonded warehouse. All "En Primeur" wines are also offered "In Bond" and duty and VAT invoices cannot be raised until the wines have arrived in our UK warehouse.
SHOWING 0 OF 0