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Dunglass 1967 Lombard / TWE

Lot: 219927

Dunglass 1967 Lombard / TWE

Winning Bid: £464

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Lot:
Distillery: 
Littlemill
Age: 
N/A
Vintage: 
1967
Region: 
Lowland
Bottler: 
LOmbard
Cask Type: 
N/A
Bottled Strength: 
46%
Bottle Size: 
70cl
Distillery Status: 
Closed
product Details

Dunglass 1967 Lombard / TWE

Littlemill was one of Scotland's oldest distilleries in its time, with distilling rumoured to have taken place there as far back as the late 18th century.​​ It has a turbulent history of ownership changes and mothballings, as well as briefly experimenting with producing a lightly and heavily peated single malt as well, called Dunglass and Dumbuck, respectively. Barton Brands, the owners at the time, called a halt to these in 1971 however. The distillery closed again for a time in the 1980s, with its still falling silent for the final time in 1994. The distillery buildings were then lost in a fire in 1996, bringing an end to the its tumultuous story.  

This is a 1967 vintage bottling of the experimental Dunglass single malt, bottled for The Whisky Exchange by Lombard.

Lombard was a company originally based on the Isle of Man. Although blending was their chief concern, they began to acquire stocks of well-selected single malt in the 1960s, the legacy of which has provided some fantastic independent releases.

One of just 102 bottles.

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