Scotland: Whisky & Distilleries
Rosebank distillery is settled on the banks of the Forth-Clyde
canal near Falkirk and is mothballed since 1993.
It is a former malting called Camolon which was purchased by DCL (Distillers Company Ltd) in 1914.
Considered as the best of all Lowlands malts by some specialists, Rosebank is still available in cask strength version in the collection "Rare Malts".
Independent bottlers have put several versions on the market.
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