• DALMORE 18 YEAR OLD 40% VOL-70CL-Distillery Bottling

DALMORE 18 YEAR OLD 40% VOL-70CL-Distillery Bottling

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10766
£112.40


The Dalmore distillery established 1839 Alness

A really fascinating history goes along with this distillery from its founding in 1839 until 1917 distilling as you might expect takes place then in 1917 the Royal Navy moves in to start the production of Mines when they left in 1920 the distillery was left damaged by an explosion caused during the manufacturing of the Mines.

A few years later the distillery reopens for production if the legendary whisky. We have selected two vintages for our web shop the 15 & 18 as we feel they are both great examples of Dalmore that deliver on taste. 


This 18-Year-Old has been matured in American White Oak Bourbon Casks years finishing in Sherry casks The use of a 30 year old Matrusalem oloroso sherry cask for 4 years has delivered a smooth complexity. 

NOSE: A sweet creamy note and as vanilla and orange come into play across the nose. Some chocolate aroma keeps you hanging on awaiting the first sip of this exceptional dram.  

PALATE: The Palate has a very sweet orange note, as this is opening up across the palate we find a rich dark cocoa and sweet fruit note, a little warming sweet spice can be found some spices like nutmeg and cloves offer the palate a real taste treat. 

FINISH: The 


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Nose NOSE: A sweet creamy note and as vanilla and orange come into play across the nose. Some chocolate aroma keeps you hanging on awaiting the first sip of this exceptional dram.
Palate PALATE: The Palate has a very sweet orange note, as this is opening up across the palate we find a rich dark cocoa and sweet fruit note, a little warming sweet spice can be found some spices like nutmeg and cloves offer the palate a real taste treat.
Finish The Finish is a rather elegant affair as this dram delivered on the nose and palate it seems only right that it does so with the finish. More sweet citrus fruits possibly more than the mid palate? A compote of fruit I guess is the best guide with a chocolate and honeycomb edge.