Established in 1811, Port Dundas stood as a prominent Lowland grain distillery, reaching its pinnacle as the largest whisky producer in Scotland. Despite enduring several fires in the 20th century, the distillery ultimately yielded and ceased operations in 2011.
Port Dundas typically has notes of vanilla and caramel with a lovely mouthfeel and texture.
Distillery:Port Dundas (Demolished)
Bottles in cask:357
A rare dram that transports you into a lush landscape redolent of the Scottish countryside in spring.
Nose:Vanilla oak spice, woody, gentle & easy-drinking, light and clean.
Palate:Floral springtime, refreshing summer berries, stewed bramble apples with a touch of golden syrup, oak spice & vanilla pastry.
Finish:Short, refreshing with a hint of citrus bitterness.
About the Single Cask Collection
Hand-selected from some of Scotland's finest distilleries, each expression in our Single Cask Collection reflects the one-of a kind nuances of production, season and cask influence in Scotch single malt whisky. Evocatively named and beautifully presented, our Single Cask releases are extremely rare and highly-covetable.