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In 2011 Diageo for the first time included grain whisky into their annual Special Releases Collection. Port Dundas 20 years old Single Grain is by all means extraordinary whisky. Distilled in 1990 it was aged for three years in traditional oak casks and then it was split in equal parts and “finished” for 17 years in first fill ex-bourbon barrels, new charred European oak casks and ex-sherry casks. Bottled at natural strength of 57.4% abv with an outrun of 1920 bottles. Port Dundas, built in 1811, by the end of the 19th Century was the biggest distillery in Scotland. In 2010 Diageo decided to close it and concentrate its grain whisky production at the vastly expanded Cameronbridge Distillery.
Nose: combination of rum and bourbon characteristics, vanilla, caramel, sugar cane, rum raisins, hints of raspberries and coconut flakes, pepper and dash of cinnamon.
Palate: pretty much everything what’s on a nose, notes of licorice, apple pie, cloves, brown sugar and charred oak.
Finish: medium long and spicy, cinnamon, pepper, almonds and maple syrup.