Carsebridge Grain Whisky

Carsebridge Grain Whisky

Carsebridge distillery was a grain whisky distillery in the Lowlands area of Scotland, founded in 1799. The distillery had a huge amount of distilling equipment, but due to its location it was only able to transport goods by road, using horse and cart to carry products and equipment 1 ton at a time.

The distillery was closed along with many others in 1983, the buildings were demolished and the site was converted into a business park.

Carsebridge did not market any official Distillery bottlings, however it was independently bottled by several companies, including Chieftain’s and Duncan Taylor. The latter produced a notable whisky with a fruity, syrupy feel.

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£750.00 – bottle (70cl)
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Carsebridge, 48 year-old, Bottled 2018, (43.2%)
43.2% Alcohol
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