Diageo's Cameron Bridge distillery in Fife has a long and distinguished history, dating back to 1824 when it was actually founded by John Haig. Although not well known, this is a vitally important part of the distilling industry and has recently seen an increase in capacity.
This is a grain whisky, which gets overshadowed by single malt, however in the Scotch Whisky industry, it's vital due to its being the basis of blending. Brands such as the Famous Grouse, Ballantine's and Johnnie Walker rely on grain whisky.
This is a grain whisky that is marketed on its own merit and is worth trying.
Colour: Warm Gold
Nose: Clean and grassy. Unpeated, so light and refreshing
Taste: Honey and spice. Warming and smooth
Finish: Subtle and surprisingly complex