The Dalmore – Single-Malt Scotch Whisky Brand

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So it must have been divine intervention that I found the following post on one of our colleague sites.  I’m thinking I’ll need to get in contact with the folks at Dalmore.

The Dalmore is an exceptional single-malt Scotch whisky brand that’s widely regarded as having one of the oldest and rarest whisky stocks of any highland distillery.

The strong heritage of The Dalmore is without argument. Since 1839, the The Dalmore has been proudly producing whisky in the stunning Scottish Highlands.

In addition, the whisky brand is recognized for its unique artisanal production process that forgoes modern technology for a handcrafted approach.

Below are several outstanding tasting Scotch whiskies from The Dalmore.

King Alexander III – the only single malt whisky to mature in six different types of wood providing a range of complex tastes including warm flavors of crushed almonds and rich citrus fruits, hints of wild berries and fleshy ripe plums and warm whispers of vanilla and creamy caramel. Retails for $265

The 18 – this expression tastes of vanilla, Colombian coffee, truffles and rosemary. The 18 won a Double Gold medal in the San Francisco World Spirits Competition in 2011. Retails for $165

The 15 – This expression tastes of mandarin, vanilla, ginger, crushed apples. The 15 won a Gold Medal in the International Whisky Competition in 2010. Retails for $84

Some additional background and interesting facts about The Dalmore brand:

  • The Dalmore’s King Alexander III, which retails for around $250, is the only single-malt to be matured in SIX different types of wood
  • The Dalmore has won numerous awards and accolades from around the world including gold and silver medals from the International Whisky Competition, Scotch Whisky Masters and San Francisco World Spirits Competition
  • The Dalmore’s Master Distiller, Richard Patterson, has been with the brand for over 40 years
  • The Dalmore 62 Year Old sold last year in Changi Airport, Singapore, for $195,000, making it the most expensive bottle ever sold in retail

Article Source | The Life of Luxury


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