Dallas Dhu 1979 Single Malt Whisky
A very rare bottling of single malt whisky distilled in 1979 at the closed distillery of Dallas Dhu. Bottled by Gordon & MacPhail of Elgin in 1999.
Dallas Dhu 1979 Single Malt Whisky Distillery Style Tasting Notes :-
Nose:Freshly baked biscuits.
Palate: A beautifully complex whisky with barley sugar sweetness, honey, butterscotch, dried fruits and a rich velvety chocolate note.
Finish: Barley, butterscotch, rich chocolate.
Dallas Dhu Distillery History.
Wright & Greig Ltd from Glasgow founded the Dallas Dhu Distillery in 1899. Designed by renowned architect Charles Doig .
The word ‘Dallas’ is from the Gaelic word ‘dalais’, which means Valley or water. The word ‘Dhu’ means black and is from the Gaelic word ‘Dhub’. Whether Dhu is a reference to dark water or a dark valley is undecided.
The distillery briefly known as “Dallasmore” and the now dismantled Forres to Aviemore Railway served it. The output from the distillery contributed to the blends of Roderick Dhu and Benmore.