Lost Distillery

Dumbarton 29 Year Old 1987 Sovereign #13049

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ABV: 54.7%
Age: 29 Year Old
Vintage: 1987
Cask Type: single barrel
Cask #: #13049
Bottler: Hunter Laing & Co.
Region: Lowland
Type: Single Grain Scotch
Volume: 70cl



Dumbarton 29 Year Old 1987 vintage Lowland single grain Scotch whiskey. Single barrel #13049 bottled November 2016 by Hunter Laing & Co. for the Sovereign series. 235 bottles.

Tasting Notes


This dark gold whisky has a well-rounded nose of sweet vanilla custard, chocolate shortbread and a slight lemon zest at the end. Rich and creamy on the palate with vanilla pods, butterscotch sauce and soft fruits. The finish is long and sweet with a gentle citrus aftertaste.



Dumbarton Distillery

Dumbarton Single Grain Whiskey

Dumbarton Distillery is a lost Lowland grain distillery opened by Hiram Walker in 1938 on the site of the former McMillan shipyard. The distillery sat on the banks of the River Leven and River Clyde in Dumbarton and was equipped with one continuous still manufactured in Cincinnati. It was one of the largest grain distilleries in Scotland however it closed in 2002 with most of its buildings demolished by 2008. Spirit was produced primarily from maize with water originating from Loch Lomond with spirit destined for Ballantyne's blends. Single cask bottlings have been released by Hunter Laing & Co.


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