The Port Dundas distillery, was in Glasgow, set beside the Forth and Clyde Canal, and was first established in 1810.
The historic distillery closed in 2010 as Diageo moved the majority of its grain whisky production to Cameronbridge.
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700 ml, 58.5% abv, Scotland (Lowland)This is a rare Signatory bottling of single grain Scotch whisky from the now closed Port Dundas distillery. Distilled in 1991, and bottled at cask strength in 2017. Cask No 50407, 236 bottles produced, individual bottle numbers.
700 ml, 58.8% abv, Scotland (Lowland)An independent bottling by North Star Spirits of single grain Scotch whisky from the now lost Port Dundas distillery, which was closed in 2011. Distilled in August 2004 and matured for 12 years in ex-Bourbon casks until bottled at a cask strength of 58.8% abv in October 2016. 318 bottles produced.
North Star Spirits is a new independent bottler based out of Glasgow, Scotland. Created by former AD Rattray Ambassador Iain Croucher, the brand launched recently with an impressive series of Single Cask scotch whisky.