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Single grain whisky is a mixture of grain whisky from casks of the same distillery. Grain whisky can be made from different grains, and is distilled in continuous stills. The whisky for single grain bottlings has often been matured for decades in oak barrels, what has given it its flavor.
A bottling of a 26 year old Cambus single grain whisky. The distillery ceased production in 1993. Berry Bros & Rudd bottled this single grain at cask strength (55.1%). You will discover notes of coconut, ginger, cinnamon, banana and chocolate.
Distillery bottlings by Cameronbridge, the oldest single-grain whisky distillery in Scotland, are rare. So we have to deal with bottlings like this one from Cadenhead: aged 29 years in a bourbon barrel and bottled at cask strength (57.8%.).
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%.
If you want to try an Irish single grain whiskey, one that is aged on bourbon, and finished on sherry and then at a reasonable price: here is the Glendalough Double Barrel. Light, pleasant to drink, but also complex. Something different!
An example of how good a single grain whisky can be: a complex, balanced profile in which the 'wood' is perfectly integrated. This Invergordon got 43 years from bottler Whiskey-Doris to mature on bourbon. With a top result!
Has nothing to do with coffee, Coffey is the type of still with which this Japanese blended grain whisky is made. That resulted in a fruity, light, pleasantly drinkable dram, a whisky for those long summer evenings. Bottled at 45%.
It is closed for about 10 years now, the Port Dundas grain whisky distillery. But still there are frequently bottlings of this Lowlands grain. Like this 23-year-old bottling from Claxton's. Aged on bourbon, bottled at 55.5%.
There are actually no bottlings from the Stratchclyde Distillery itself, so we are dependent on what independent bottlers release if we want to enjoy this single grain whisky. Like this 26-year-old Strathclyde from Claxton's. Take your chance!
The Irish Teeling Distillery not only produces single malts, but also single grain whisky. This bottling is an example. The grain whisky matured in wine casks for an unknown period. An experimental release all in all. Makes one curious!
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