Located on the border between the Lowlands and the Highlands it is probably the oldest distillery in Scotland with roots dating back to the 1750s but records are very vague. Closed in 1984, reopened in 19891 by Gibson International, it was closed again in 1994 and sold to Loch Lomond Distillery Co, neighbors. In addition to the “core” malt that inherited the name of the distillery, it also produced two other malts: “Dumbuck” heavily peated and “Dunglass” not peated. Curiosity: he used triple distillation until the 1930s

Extensively dismantled in 1997, a fire in 2004 completely destroyed what remained

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