This blended malt whisky was produced by bottler Wm Cadenhead in the late 20th century.
Cambridge Wine Merchants Profile
Cambridge Wine Merchants sells a series of own-label Scotch whiskies produced in association with Gordon & MacPhail, with labels designed by Swedish graphic designer Christian Bjurinder. There are currently three whiskies in the range: Speyside Fire, Highland Wind, and Islay Earth. All are labelled as 10-year-olds.
Cambridge Wine Merchants History
Founded in 1993, Cambridge Wine Merchants is a partnership between two friends, Hal Wilson and Brett Turner, who still own the company today.
The duo started with a shop in Mill Road, Cambridge and today there are seven branches, four of which are in the city.
In 2013, the company opened its first in-store wine bar at its Bridge Street store. As of 2017, there are three wine bar stores, as well as a wine school.
Today, Cambridge Wine Merchants also conducts some wholesale business, mostly with colleges at Oxford and Cambridge, as well as some restaurants and pubs.
Cambridge Wine Merchants Limited
46 Harvey Goodwin Avenue
Independent bottlings by The Drinks Guild from Hampshire, England.
Borders-based independent bottler owned and managed by industry veteran David Stirk.
Britain’s largest wine merchant also bottles whiskies under the Old Harry and First Cask labels.