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barmetro

Email- barmetro@libero.it

Insertion Date: 13/07/2005


Distillery

Rosebank (Converted From The maltings of Camelon Distillery In 1840, Rebuilt In 1864. As With Most Lowland Distilleries The Make Was Triple Distilled.In The 1890's There Was Exceptional Demand For =

Type

Malt =Rosebank When Customers Were Restricted to An Allocation. At One Time The Excise Man Assigned to This Distillery Was Called William Bastard. Sold to British Waterways Board -2002- Closed 1993)

Region

Lowland

Age

Not On Label

Distilled

In December 1938

Size

26 2/3 Fluid OZS.

Proof

70 Proof

Notes

Old Bottle, Tall Bottle, Stopper Cork, Distilled By Rosebank Distillery, Bottled In Scotland By Robert Stewart & Son, 14 Drummond Street, Edinburgh.

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