Review #761 – 1982 Carsebridge 33 Year Old “Old Particular” K&L Exclusive Single Barrel Cask Strength Grain Scotch Whisky

Review #761 | /r/Scotch Review #256 – 1982 Carsebridge 33 Year Old “Old Particular” K&L Exclusive Single Barrel Cask Strength Grain Scotch Whisky

The Schtick: Whew that title is a mouthful. This is a 33 year old grain whiskey that is bottled at cask strength under the Douglas Laing line for KLWines in California.

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Distiller: Carsebridge

Bottler: Carsebridge

ABV: 45.4% ABV

Age: 33 Years

Source: Sample

 

1982 Carsebridge in a Glencairn

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Nose: Honey, caramel, toffee, faint fruitiness, creme brulee.

Taste: Thick, rich, dessert-y. Vanilla, honey, caramel. Oak, pepper, rich tobacco. Faint passion fruit.

Finish: Short to medium. No heat. Sweet creme brulee. Caramel, vanilla, faint cocoa.

Overall: Surprisingly, this is complex, sweet and delicious. Tasted blind, I’m certain I would not have pinned this for a grain product. I enjoyed it very much.

Thanks for reading!

Rank: 7

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