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Dalmore 25 Year Old

Dalmore 25 Year Old

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£ 500 per bottle
(£ 610 incl. VAT/duty)

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Average rating: 5.0/5 (1 rating)

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Aromas of exotic fruits, marzipan, Madagascar vanilla pods, treacle toffee, fig cake and sweet balsamic. The palate is a spicy sweet combination of dried orange peel, chocolate truffles, liquorice, sweet damsons and sherry soaked raisins, leading to a finish of Demerara sugar, maple syrup, bitter chocolate, and gingerbread.

Dalmore

Located on the northern shores of the Firth of Cromarty, deep in the spectacular Scottish Highlands, the Dalmore distillery is perfectly placed to take advantage of a feast of natural resources: from the waters of Loch Morie, found high in the hills overlooking the distillery, to the golden barley of the rich coastal soils of the Black Isle. Hand-selected first-fill bourbon barrels from Kentucky and aged sherry casks from world-renowned Spanish sherry house Gonzalez Byass ensure Dalmore delivers a whisky that is rich in aroma and flavour. Dalmore's focus is on creating the best possible spirit and nurturing this ...

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Highland

The huge Highland region surrounds Speyside and offers an equally huge range, from rich, spicy, complex Dalmore near Inverness, to gentle and grassy Royal Lochnagar (a stone’s throw from Balmoral) and the tiny, briney, Oban distillery on the South-West coast. Officially, the Islands of Lewis, Harris, Jura, Skye, Mull and Orkney all fall into the Highland classification, though any attempt to group their infinitely varied whiskies must be purely geographic.

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Whisky

The Scotch Whisky Association recognises five whisky-making regions in Scotland:

Speyside in the North-East has the greatest concentration of distilleries in Scotland, including Glenfiddich, Strathisla, Glenfarclas and Linkwoood. Extremely popular around the world, Speyside whiskies generally fall into two types: fruity, light, easy-going whiskies, and darker, intense, sweet malts.

The huge Highland region surrounds Speyside and offers an equally huge range, from rich, spicy, complex Dalmore near Inverness, to gentle and grassy Royal Lochnagar (a stone’s throw from Balmoral) and the tiny, briney, Oban distillery on the South-West coast. Officially, the Islands of Lewis, Harris, Jura, Skye, Mull and ...

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Review Highlights

A simply stunning offering from The Dalmore. The 25 year old presents an enticing amber colour and offers generous and complex aromas of toffee, figs, butterscotch and vanilla. In the mouth, this gorgeous whisky is rich and complex with flavours of liquorice, raisins and a touch of olorosso sherry, leading to a long and smooth finish of dark chocolate and a hint of heather. Highly recommended.

Rating: 5/5

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