Port Dundas

Independent Bottlings

campbeltown-whisky-company


Posted 23 July 2021

A one point in time Port Dundas was the largest producer of whisky in Scotland. But by 2011 Diageo’s production of grain whiskies has been consolidated over at Cameronbridge and the distillery was closed and quickly demolished. The site is currently being prepared for redevelopment into residential housing. This Watt Whisky Dundas was distilled in 2000 and matured in an ex-bourbon barrel before being bottled last year. Currently available via The Whisky Exchange for £84.95.


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