Port Dundas - 17 Year Old (2004) Single Cask #73895 (Lady of the Glen)
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Port Dundas

17 Year Old (2004) Single Cask #73895 (Lady of the Glen)

£69.12 €80.55 $84.51

70cl / 58.1% - Only 2 left

Distilled on the 2nd of June 2004, matured in a single refill butt before a 12 month finishing period in an ex-Oloroso butt (#73895) and bottled on the 3rd of June 2021, this single grain from the Port Dundas Distillery was independently bottled by Lady of the Glen and boasts notes of rosemary, tyme, dired apricots, toffee and nuts. 

An outturn of just 603 individually numbered bottles. 

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RegionLowland

Distillery StatusClosed

Bottles produced603

Size70cl

Delivery Weight2.00kg

Strength58.1%

About The Distillery / Bottler

The Port Dundas Grain Distillery and adjacent Dundashill Cooperage, which manufactured Hogshead casks and dates back to 1770, are currently owned by Diageo, and the distillery's large Flue gas stack dominates the skyline of North Glasgow.  It produced Grain whisky used in the Johnnie Walker, J&B, Bell's, Black & White, Vat 69, Haig and White Horse blended whisky brands owned by Diageo. On 1 July 2009, Diageo announced the closure of the Port Dundas distillery, with all production shifting to the company's other Scottish Grain distillery at Cameron Bridge, as well as the North British Distillery in Gorgie, Edinburgh, which is jointly owned by Diageo and The Edrington Group.

Lowland
Character / Tasting Notes
  • Nutty
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