Cambus 31 Year Old – First Ghost Ghosts Series Macbeth Act One (46.2% abv)

CitrusOrchardVanillaWoodyBody – 3Rich – 2Smokiness – 0Sweet – 3

The first ghostly apparition in the Macbeth series is portrayed by an elegant, mature single grain from the long-deceased Cambus distillery. More than three decades resting in oak has left this old Lowlander with an ethereal profile of green fruits, vanilla cream, coconut milk and a hint of sweet anise. An excellent choice of casks by whisky makers Elixir Distillers really brings this portentous figure to life… So to speak.

This bottling is the first of six whiskies representing The Ghosts in this series inspired by The Tragedy of Macbeth. Each bottling features specially commissioned artwork by famed illustrator Sir Quentin Blake.

Joe Rogers (The Whisky Exchange)
Green wine gums, key lime pie, lime leaves, gooseberries, vanilla wafers, new paper.
Fresh cream, green cardamom pods, pine nuts, a few drops of absinthe, golden syrup, cashew butter, sponge cake. Wonderfully creamy without being too heavy.
Long and silky with vanilla ice cream, coconut milk and a hint of freshly sawn oak.
A lovely – if very spooky – expression from one of Scotland’s great ghost distilleries.


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