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Carsebridge in the Lowlands was registered as a home distillery around 1818. In 1852, following the 'invention' of grain whisky, Carsebridge, like more Lowlands distilleries, was converted to produce grain whisky for the blended whisky industry. When the distillery is closed in 1983 and partially demolished in 1992, no Carsebridge distillery bottling is known. Over the years, however, nearly 100 independent bottlings have been released that on average got very good ratings.
In 1852 Carsebridge starts distilling grain whisky, in 1983 the distillery closes. Carsebridge itself did not release any bottlings and relatively few independent bottlings are known. So this is quite a special bottling! 35 years old and at 48.9%.
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