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Thompson Bros. - Carsebridge 46 Year Old 1973

Thompson Bros. - Carsebridge 46 Year Old 1973
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Thompson Bros. - Carsebridge 46 Year Old 1973

Built in 1798 (some say 1799), Carsebridge was once the largest grain distilleries in Scotland, but at the very first beginning Carsebridge actually made malt whisky instead.

Carsebridge has always been bottled as single grain with high age statements by independent bottlers in recent years - but actually Carsebridge was included in the 2018 edition of Diageo Special Releases as well. Due to its closure in 1983, stocks are now running low.

Bottled by Thompson Bros., this 46 Year Old Lowland beauty expresses decent characters - on nose it is similar with cherry liqueur, with hints of Irish coffee notes and sultana cake. On palate it feels like an old rum. Caramelised brown sugar, burnt toffee, hints of raisins with notes of tropical fruits.

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Distilled Date1973
Cask TypeSherry Butt
No. of Bottles437