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Port Dundas was built in Glasgow in 1811. By 1885 it grew in size to become the largest distillery in Scotland; its three Coffey stills and five pot stills were producing over 10 million liters of spirit per annum. Port Dundas was one of the founding members of DCL (Distillers Company Limited), predecessor of Diageo. The series of upgrades completed in the 1970s doubled the distillery capacity but it wasn’t enough for the 21st Century. In 2010 Diageo decided to cease distillation and concentrate its grain whisky production at the vastly expanded Cameronbridge Distillery. The 2016 Signatory bottling, part of Cask Strength Collection, comprises whisky distilled on March 14, 1991, aged in hogshead no. 50400 and bottled at cask strength of 61.2% abv with an outrun of 232 bottles.
Nose: grainy, sugar-coated biscuits, buttered toast, vanilla, toffee, green apples, hints of lemon peel, touch of hay and oak.
Palate: soft, apples, oranges, hints of melon, butterscotch, vanilla, breakfast cereals, touch of aniseed and hay, and delicate oaky notes.
Finish: medium long, milk chocolate, vanilla, apples and touch of oak.