Cambus

Posted 18 April 2018

In the 19th Century there was over 200 working distilleries in Scotland, but fast forward to 2017 and the SWA pegs that number at only 126. Whilst a new generation of sites are being built, many have been lost along the way – especially following the Second World War and during the 1980’s whisky downturn. Some distilleries have passed into near myth, others, like Port Ellen, Brora and Rosebank have become even more famous since they closed (artists can only ever achieve true fame once they’re gone right?), but what of Scotland’s closed grain distilleries?


Posted 12 December 2017

The label on this nicely aged Cambus seems pretty appropriate right now – the iron foot bridge near to the distillery all covered in snow. Boutique-y have Batch 2 of their 24 year old Cambus waiting behind door number 11 in their 2017 Advent Calendar. Let’s try to warm ourselves up a bit…


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