A lovely, long aged single grain whisky from the sadly closed Port Dundas distillery.
This whisky has been bottled by Signatory Vintage, as part of their highly regarded cask strength series.
Port Dundas was once the largest distillery in Scotland, and was known for being amongst the first to use American corn in their mashbills.
The Dundas was distilled on the 24th of September 1996, and bottled on the 13th of June 2019, having been aged in a single Hogshead for 22 years.
The result is a whisky that serves up notes of toffee, candied apples and pears, milk chocolate, cream, vanilla, bright oak, spice, clear honey, slight lemon rind, coffee grounds, grain sweetness and nutmeg.
A sophisticated and subtle grain whisky, that has been bottled without chill filtration or colouration, and at a satisfying cask strength of 59% ABV.
Only 261 bottles of this rare dram were produced.