Cameron Brig

70cl / 40%
  • Single Grain Whisky
Cameron Brig
Web Exclusive Price £21.95 £18.29 ex VAT (£31.36 per litre)
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A single grain whisky from Scotland's largest distillery, Cameronbridge. Grain whisky is unpeated and lighter in style, allowing the oaky flavours acquired during maturation to come through.

Cameron Brig Reviews

9 Customer Reviews

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  • 5
    8 July 2015

    A nicely rounded whisky, just the right amount of peatiness!

  • 4
    3 December 2014

    Discovered Cameron Brig about ten years ago,now its my treat to myself...lifes good !!!

  • 5
    24 June 2014

    5 star whisky

  • 28 January 2014

    I really like this Whisky! Doesn't have the complexity of a single malt but that said it isn't just a one trick pony, it is interesting it is flavourful and it has alot of charm and character to it which I have grown to love. If you want a wee change from single malts and are looking for something not too different go for this!

  • 28 December 2013

    A nice mellow roundness. Have lived in Fife for 33 years. You can purchase this single grain delight locally, but otherwise, not held by many retailers with the exception of tourist targeted shops.

  • 2 January 2012

    A great whisky! would advise anyone to try it, very very smooth and flavourful, a great introduction to single grain whiskies and also a great dram for those more fimiliar with grain whiskies, and at this price it is an absolute steal!

  • 1 March 2011

    Perfectly drinkable

  • 30 April 2008

    Incredibly mellow taste. This is the whisky that initiates to the whisky world should begin with! And you could do a lot worse than continuing with it.

  • 28 October 2007

    Fabulous smooth and light flavour to the taste. Inexpensive for the quality, and best second choice to a single malt. Ladies who do not normally drink whisky will find this mellow on th palette. Having been born in Fife and lved there until my early 30's it was a delight to return and re-visit an "old favourite".