Dallas Dhu was founded in 1898 by Alexander Edward, a prominent local distiller, with construction being completed in 1899. The distillery changed hands a couple of times before coming under the wing of the Distiller's Co. Ltd (DCL) in 1929. It was silent from 1929-36 and, following a fire that destroyed the stillhouse, from 1939-47. It was e ... Read More »
A Scotch Malt Whisky Society bottling of whisky from closed Dallas Dhu. Distilled in January 1982 it was bottled 16 years later in March 1998 at a rather high 64.6%. As the name suggests it's a mix of sweetness and citrus, with a lightly floral note.
A 1980 vintage whisky from Dallas Dhu, since closed and turned into a museum of distilling, from the Scotch Malt Whisky Society. Distilled in February of that year and matured for 18 years it has kept an incredibly high strength of 65.1%, which makes one wonder at what strength it went into the cask...
A special bottling of whisky from Dallas Dhu, celebrating their 100th birthday in 1999. The distillery had been closed for 16 years by then, but it has since been reopened by Historic Scotland as a museum.
A 1994 bottling of whisky from closed Dallas Dhu, now revitalised as a distilling museum, released by Gordon & Macphail as part of the Connoisseurs Choice range. This was distilled back in 1971, way before the signs of industry troubles that caused the distillery to closed appeared.
This whisky has been named 'Dun Eideann' after the Gaelic name for Edinburgh. Distilled at Dallas Dhu in 1978 and matured for 20 years. This single cask release was bottled by Signatory and each bottle has been numbered by hand.