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No: 25
Producer: United
Region: Lowland
District: Central
Map reference NS 86 80 ; Latitude 55 59° N, Longitude 3 51° W
Founded 1817 ; Operating Status: mothballed (1993)

In the Lowland tradition, Rosebank is triple-distilled and is a component of the George IV blends. Rosebank is at Camelon, Falkirk, on the Forth-Clyde canal between Edinburgh and Glasgow. The distillery's origins may be as early as 1817. Its history begins to emerge more clearly in the 1840s and some buildings from the 1850s and 1860s survive, straddling the main road.
© Michael Jackson 1994

Some of it has now been converted into a Beefeater diner :-(

Distillery rating: (4*)

Camelon, Falkirk, Stirlingshire
Tel: 01324-23325

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