Whisky Port Dundas 37 Years Old, "Rare Auld" 1973, gift box, 0.7 L
Reviews of purchase Port Dundas 37 Years Old, "Rare Auld" 1973, gift box, 0.7 L
Whiskey golden-amber color.
Whiskey has a very interesting, unusual taste with hints of copper, sweet spices and grains. The aftertaste is bitter and sharp with nuances.
The aroma of whiskey a rich and multi-faceted, with shades of wood, copper, spices, smoked.
Whiskey is the perfect digestif, combined with a cigar and coffee.
Whiskey is bottled from a single cask without any filtration or coloring. Each bottle of this collection is an individual - with detailed information about the plant and the region of origin, the date of distillation, the number of barrels and individually numbered bottles. Grain whiskey Port Dundas 37 Years Old distilled in January 1973, aged in barrels under the number 128324 for 37 years and was bottled in April 2010. In all there were 259 bottles. Whiskey cask of sherry.
Port Dundas - area in Glasgow, pool three channels - Moklands, Fort and Kline. After opening the channels in the 1770s, the area has developed rapidly into an industrial complex with a wide range of industries and businesses, including three distilleries named Port Dundas. The first was created in 1811, the second - in 1813, the third there was a short period in the late 1830s. In 1877, the first two distilleries were merged into one, to 1886 worked at the factory, two ovens and five malt grain, thirty-five fermentation tanks, three and five Coffey distillation cubes. The winery has become one of the largest factories in the world. But in 1903, the plant was heavily damaged by fire, a complete reconstruction was completed only in 1966. By that time, many of the buildings were dismantled winery. In 2010, she was finally closed and demolished.