Dumbarton 1987 Hunter Laing 29 Year Old
Dumbarton is a closed grain distillery, known for using American-style stainless steel columns rather than the traditional Coffey stills. Only using maize (instead of wheat or barley) meant that the spirit possessed quite a heavy character. Rarely bottled as a single grain, the overwhelming majority was used in the Ballantine’s blend. The distillery itself shut in 2002, and is now demolished.
A Sovereign bottling from Hunter Laing, distilled in 1987 at the now closed Dumbarton distillery in Glasgow.
This single grain single cask was bottled at 29 years old from refill barrel #HL13049.
One of 235 bottles filled at cask strength.
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