Cameronbridge / Douglas Laing

Cameronbridge 24yr Old Particular (Douglas Laing) Review

Cameronbridge 24yr Old Particular (Douglas Laing) When someone suggested matching this Cameronbridge 24 year old with a spiced mixed fruit scone with clotted cream and mixed fruit jam i was a little sceptical, but it was an absolute delight.

fresh, fruity, spicy, tangy, delicious, this dram is right up my street and thus why i bought a bottle, delicious stuff, and great with afternoon tea.

If you like the sound of it also it is in stock at Master of Malt

Tasting Notes & Details

Nose

light nose initially with ozone and light airy notes like fresh laundry, vanilla infused icing sugar, light hints of oriental spices creep in and with time in the glass a waxy citrussy note and pressed flowers

Palate

vanilla cream, hints of butterscotch angel delight and smooth fresh clotted cream, a splash of drumstick lollies and some mixed fruit sorbet, clean but fruity a tingle of spice in there too

Finish

some clean, fresh fruity sorbet, then tingles of cinnamon spice, medium long and tannic/pithy

Bottle Details

Bottle Name: Cameronbridge 24yr Old Particular (Douglas Laing)
Age: 24
ABV: 51.50
Distiller: Cameronbridge
Bottler: Douglas Laing
Type: Single Grain
From: Scotland, Lowland
Posted: 22/11/2016 by Tom



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