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[5 Nov 2015 | No Comment | ]
Two OB new Single Grains–Port Dundas 12 & 18  -Review

The single grain sector is indeed gaining popularity, and although I did not plan it, this is becoming a grain centric week here on the blog. Recently Diageo has launched a new line of single grain whisky from the now closed distillery of Port Dundas.  Based in Glasgow, the historic distillery closed in 2010 as Diageo moved the majority of …

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[7 Jun 2011 | One Comment | ]
Tasting SMWS G6.1- Port Dundas 28 yo ‘Spicy Cologne’

Port Dundas is not a well known distillery, and lacks prestige as one of diageo’s grain producing distilleries. It’s located not far from Glasgow, and currently was a major contributor to blended scotch under the labels of Haig, JW, and White horse. Currently there are no OB and only independent bottlers are issuing bottling of casks in recent years, those …