The PEAK MalaysiaMay 2020
Single grain whiskies are often overshadowed by their more heavily marketed single malt cousins by price and the fact that they can made from less expensive grains. But a lone cask from the now-demolished Dumbarton distillery didn’t escape the notice of The Last Drop Distillers. Rescued for the independent bottler’s 17th release, The Dumbarton 1977 Single Grain Scotch Whisky has already been awarded Single Grain of the Year in Jim Murray’s Whisky Bible 2020 with a score of 97 points.
Even if Dumbarton were still operating today, there’s a good chance we’d never get the opportunity to taste it if independent bottlers like The Last Drop Distillers didn’t step in to release it.
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