Port Dundas Scotch Whisky Distillery
Port Dundas Scotch Whisky distillery opened in 1813 and is situated in Port Dundas in the Lowlands of Scotland in Glasgow. The distillery was badly damaged by fire in 1903.
Port Dundas chimney did cover the North West skyline and can be seen all over Glasgow. When the wind blows in your direction, you can smell the distillery in action. Over the years this distillery has produced grain whisky and also a contributor to famous blends such as Haig, Johnnie Walker and White Horse. The distillery has now been demolished and is now a part of the Forth and Clyde Canal regeneration project.
You can buy some of the grain whisky from Port Dundas by going to the Scottish Grain Whisky page on this site
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