Taste: Rarely does one have such a full and intense mouthfeel despite just 40.3% vol. Interestingly, the nose is reproduced almost exactly. There are light fruits together with typical grain notes and very timid wood, which is actually surprising after 46 years in the barrel. In addition, vanilla, coconut and some milk chocolate come into their own on the tongue. I think a little of mint tea and some forest honey with it. Very multifaceted.
Finish: Long-lasting fruity, velvety with a handful of sawdust and a hint of juniper.
Conclusion: A great grain with a really old age. If you like light-fruity whiskeys, you've come to the right place. The Cameronbridge impresses with elegance and diversity across the board. The only drawback is that it should be enjoyed with relatively large sips, as it can then fully play out its entire bouquet. There should also be room for this old grain in the glass.