Carsebridge 52 Year Old (That Boutiquey Whisky Company)
A very old grain whisky from a distillery that closed in 1983, would i like to try it... errrr yes please.
This bottling from That Boutique-y Whisky Company of a 52 year old Carsebridge is an interesting proposition.
I love grain whisky and this is actually my first time sampling this distillery so a great way to do it.
Lots of sweet notes of beeswax and sherried fruits, with a small hint of chocolate, this is right up my street.
You can get a bottle directly from Master of Malt
beeswax and furniture polish, old and distinguished, a hint dusty, really rich and full flavoured though, with lots of juicy plump dried fruits soaking in sweet sherry
seriously sweet and gentle a lovely rich beeswax and dried fruit note but full of gentle furniture polish and a splash of chocolate dipping sauce
sweet, gentle, oh my this lasts forever on the palate.
Bottle Name: Carsebridge 52 Year Old (That Boutiquey Whisky Company)
Distiller: Carsebridge (closed)
Bottler: That Boutique-y Whisky Company
Type: Single Cask Single Malt
From: Scotland, Lowland
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