Cameronbridge is the largest grain distillery in Europe. It can also lay claim to being the oldest. Having founded Cameronbridge in 1824, John Haig installed his cousin Robert Stein’s patent still for making grain whisky a few years later. This pioneering move changed the course of Scotch whisky history. The Cameronbridge distillery was one of the first to release its mature whisky as a single grain, under the name of Cameron Brig. In 1929 with the removal of Cameronbridge’s pot stills, it has been grain whisky all the way ever since.
Cameron Brig single grain has a honeyed sweetness with a trace of fresh citrus.