Cameron Bridge

CAMERON BRIG


 


Location : Scotland, Fife
Region : ?
Country : Scotland
Type : Grain
Distillery :  Cameronbridge Distillery
Cameron Bridge, Fife, Scotland
Founded : ?
Owner : ?
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From Collins Pocket Reference : Whisky
Cameronbridge Distillery had been operating for several years before it was acquired in 1824 by John Haig, one of the famouse family of Lowland Whisky distillers. One of its most famous directors, who subsequently became a director at the Distillers Company Limited, was Field Marshal Douglas Haig, commander in chief of the British Army on the Western Front during the First World War. Haig's company were among the founders of the Distillers Company in 1877, and United Distillers still own the distillery today. Cameronbridge produced both grain and malt whisky using a mixture of pot and patent stills until 1929 before finally concentrating on grain only.
Tasting comment : Like other grain whiskies, a lighter spirit than malt, whith a fresh taste and an element of smoothness.

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Source www.bbr.com :

Cameronbridge (Cameron Brig) Whisky


Cameron Bridge is one Scotland's 6 grain whisky distilleries, and the first ever to produce grain whisky, founded by Robert Stein, before it was acquired in 1824 by John Haig, scion of one of the famous families of Lowland Whisky distillers.

John Haig's company were among the founders of the Distillers Company in 1877, and Cameron Bridge merged with 5 other whisky companies to form DCL. The distillery remains in their ownership to day.

Cameron Bridge bottles its own single grain whisky, labelled Cameron Brig. It is  unpeated and lighter in style, allowing the oaky flavours imparted through the maturation to shine through. 


BOTTLINGS


Cameron Brig Pure Single Grain
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Age : ? years old.
Vol : 40%
Type : Grain
Price ?
Remark : None at present time.

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Cameron Bridge