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Cameron Bridge Distillery History
Cameron Bridge Distillery had been operating for several years before John Haig, one of the famous families of Lowland Whisky distillers, acquired it in 1824.
John Haig’s, cousin, Robert Stein, created the first continuous still Cameron Bridge Distillery was the first ever to produce grain whisky
One of its most famous board members was Field Marshal Douglas Haig Commander in Chief of the British Army on the Western Front during the First World War; He subsequently became a director at the Distillers Company Limited,
John Haig's company were among the founders of the Distillers Company in 1877, Cameron Bridge merged with 5 other whisky companies to form DCL. The distillery remains in their ownership to day.
John Haig & Co was fully acquired by DCL in 1919.
Initially Cameron Bridge produced both grain and malt whisky using a combination of pot and patent stills until 1929 before finally concentrating on grain whisky production.
During the Second World War the distillery was closed from 1941 re-opening in 1947.
An Extensive renovation programme was carried out 1989-92 to increase output
The Distillery re-opened in 2000 after a further £9m renovation, giving the distillery the capacity to produce 6,600.000 gallons (30m litres) of spirits annually
The Distillery is to produce Gordon’s Gin, after the closure of Gordon’s Distillery in Essex
Cameron Bridge Grain Whisky Distillery Bottlings
Cameron Brig (no age declaration)
Tasting comment: Like other grain whiskies, a lighter spirit than malt, with a fresh taste and an element of smoothness.
Haig Club Single Grain Whisky
Haig Club™ is made at Cameronbridge distillery in Scotland. The liquid has been crafted using a unique process that combines grain whisky from three cask types. This creates a fresh, clean style that showcases butterscotch and toffee for an ultra-smooth taste.
The blue glass bottle was inspired by the tradition of the distillery blenders using blue tasting glasses, so the spirit can be reviewed on aroma and taste alone. The colour of the closure was inspired by the copper stills that were historically used to distil grain whisky.
Cameron Bridge Grain Whisky Independent Bottlings
Celtic Heartlands (Bruichladdich)
Duncan Taylor Collection
Cameronbridge 1979 - 25 year old Single Grain Scotch Whisky.
Duncan Taylor Single Grain Scotch
Cask No: 3523
Colour: Light gold.
Nose: Sweet caramel – very fruity.
Flavour: Soft, smooth, creamy and citrusy.
Finish: long, fades into peaches and cream.
Comments: An amazing whisky – delicate even at full strength.
Cameron Bridge Distillery, Windygates,
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