Archive CAMBUS 36 ans 1975

CAMBUS 36 ans 1975 56,3%

Single Grain, Scotland, 70cl, Ref: 16384

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Tasting note

  • Appearance : Or vif.
  • Nose : Ample, rond. La vanille est agrémentée de verdure. Le poivre gris et le chêne sont intimement liés. Peu après, il devient exotique (ylang-ylang, goyave) avant d’évoluer sur des notes de feuilles mortes, de citron confit et sur les cendres d’un cigare.
  • Palate : Ferme, vive. La vanille est devenue crémeuse et laiteuse, les fruits mûrs se réveillent (pêche, poire), les fruits exotiques sont différents (mangue, passion). Le gingembre et le curcuma sont ses nouvelles épices.
  • Overall : Longue, tendre. Elle repose le palais avec ses notes de fruits noirs (cassis, mûre) et de chocolat (noir lui aussi). La praline et le toffee préparent une rétro olfaction fruitée, finement boisée et mentholée. Le verre vide revient sur les épices et les fruits noirs.
The brand

The brand

The Cambus distillery was officially established in 1813 in the Lowlands, about 25 miles north of Glasgow. In addition to its single malt, from 1823 up until its closure in 1993, it also produced a single grain whisky which was used for the United Distillers blends.


Founded in 2005 by Thierry Richard and Laurent Buob, this small retailer offers a selection of whiskies, champagnes and cognacs. Focused on drawing attention to small producers and unusual products, the different bottlings in the collection are never anything short of interesting. Whether it’s recently disgorged champagne, Grande Champagne cognac bottled without added colouring, or single grain whisky from a closed distillery, the informed amateur in search of rare and exceptional spirits will always find something to please them.


The line

Through the Closed Distilleries range, the smaller French bottler, La Part des Anges (‘The Angel’s Share’) endeavours to bring new life to grain and malt distilleries that have ceased to operate. Forming a collection of some of the rarest bottlings, all of these various single malts and single grains - both Scottish and Japanese - proudly display a year and are mostly bottled unchillfiltered at cask strength.

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