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The Glencadam Distillery was founded in 1825 in the East Highlands. Naturally, over the years Glencadam has known the 'closed' periods and changes of ownership that are common for older Scottish distilleries. Until 2003 there are no distillery bottlings of Glencadam. In that year, the single malt distillery is taken over by Angus Dundee Distillers, which immediately starts bottling old casks under the Glencadam label. And now there are also distillery bottlings on the market with vintage 2003 and later. Before 2003, there were not many independent bottlings of Glencadam whisky. All in all, around 300 Glencadam bottlings are known.
Fresh fruit, grassy, malty, fresh, sparkling even. Those are just some of the keywords that come up when tasting this 10-year-old Highlander. A nice standard bottling from the Glencadam distillery, dating from 1825. At 46%.
Hardly available anymore, this Glencadam single malt whiskey, because it was already bottled in 2007. But now in our shop. This 15-year-old distillery bottling was bottled at 40%.
With this 7-year-old Glencadam single malt whisky aged on bourbon cask, bottler Van Wees (The Ultimate) puts down a real 'summer whisky': fresh and fruity, yet with some body. A pleasant dram for a reasonable price. 348 bottles came out of the cask.
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