Nose: Bubblegum, coffee bean, thick caramel and juicy orchard fruit.
Palate: Cherries and apricots, with some almond thrown in there too. Brown sugar, too.
Finish: Soft vanilla and orange oil.
Story of Dundas
At its height, Port Dundas was the largest distillery in Scotland.
In 2010 however its owner Diageo decided to concentrate its grain production at the vastly expanded Cameronbridge. Although there were offers from rival distillers to buy Port Dundas they foundered – possibly because of the potential cost of another upgrade. In 2011, production ceased and the site was demolished. The landmark had gone.
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