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Dalmore Cigar Malt

(70cl, 44.0%)
Dalmore Cigar Malt

Awards for Cigar Malt

Silver
Silver

Distillers' Single Malts 12 years and under - 2014

International Spirits Challenge

Silver
Silver

Scotch Single Malt - Highland - 2014

International Wine & Spirit Competition

Cigar Malt Details

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Whisky or Whiskey

What's in a name? Dalmore Cigar Malt whisky is called whisky because it's produced in Scotland. Were it from America it would be spelled Dalmore Cigar Malt whiskey, rather than whisky.

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Cigar Malt Bottling Note

Dalmore Cigar Malt was discontinued in mid-2009, causing uproar among all right-thinking, cigar-smoking whisky fans. This dram used to sit above the 12, and below the 15 in terms of both the price-point, and the age-profiles of the whisky that went into the blend, but the new version is a little different.
The whiskies that make up the reworked cigar malt are slightly older, which has pushed up the price somewhat.
But it's a great whisky, whether you drink with its intended purpose in mind or not. And if you do enjoy cigars, you'll want to know that the stick that provided the flavour benchmark for pairing is the hefty Partagas Serie D No. 4.
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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Caramel, shortbread, biscuits, coffee and chocolates. Simple, clean and moreish.

Palate: Yet more toffee, caramel edging towards the burnt cinder-toffee side of things. Flamed orange-zest, and perfectly integrated sherry.

Finish: Reasonably simple, Christingles (orange Zest and clove with a touch of cinnamon), more mid-palate than palate-coating.

Overall: Definitely meets the criteria of pairing with a ‘BIG’ cigar.

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    User Reviews of the Dalmore Cigar Malt

    Lovely..but...

    This is a lovely drop, as to be expected from Dalmore, but for my taste not significantly different (or better) than Dalmore 18...i would in fact recommend the standard 12 year old over this...it's really nice with typical Dalmore fruit cake, smoke and sherry notes, but just not special enough

    21st October 2014

    Not what it was

    I recently retrieved my last bottle of the "real" Cigar Malt that I had stashed 5 years ago. I shared it with a couple of like-minded friends on my 60th birthday. We all agreed that it was still the best of the Highland single malts - and we'd loved the price (~$34 at the time). One had brought the new Cigar malt - sorry pard. It ain't as good, and it's damned expensive

    20th May 2014

    Scott

    Funny as I've just had a dram of this with a Partagas Serie D No. 4 (My cigar of choice) and didn't even realise that the whisky was blended to go with it haha still an epic combination, and I would recommend to everyone that they try it, although if you're not a cigar smoker, be prepared to get your face blown off by the partagas :) Enjoy!!!

    3rd April 2014

    So so

    Seems like Dalmore tried too hard on this one. I found the tastes very superficial. Better choices for lower prices available.

    1st January 2014

    Nice, very nice!

    fresh nose, like spring on a sunny day, chocolate easter eggs, delicious sweets and gingerbread Complex palate, spicy, pepper, cinnamon, orange zeste, even some roast chicken (like my mother used to make) A long and warm finish, so sweet and smooth it's melting away like a dream early in the morning, with a touch of vintage port, white chocolate . Lovely !!!! I Whish it could last even longer. Absolutely fabulous. Defenitely one of my top 10 drams

    19th November 2013

    Excelent

    It has got to be one of the most end of the day relaxing Scotches on the market, I don't know where you get bottles for 29 bucks when mine cost me 145.95 in the LCBO in Canada you must have stole it at that price.

    1st April 2013

    Love it

    Not sure why and I'm sure not gonna complain, but the liquor store here sells it for $29 for a 750ml. I'll be buying more.

    7th March 2013

    Pricey; But A Great Whisky All The Same

    Had a chance to try this one by the glass at a company Christmas party, and it immediately jumped into my top 5 of all time. Bold, yet smooth; nice full body... this whisky is a stunner! Lots of caramel all the way through it... a bit like creme brulee both on the nose (toasted brown sugar) and on the palate (creamy vanilla custard, more caramel). Just a hint of cinnamon on the finish. Would get a full 10 stars from me if I could afford to buy a full bottle... at $104, I'll have to stick to buying it by the glass when I can. The Glendronach 15 Year Revival is a great alternative for a little over half the price.

    23rd December 2012

    Doesn't work for me

    This is a very nice whisky, plenty of sherry and some smoke on the end but it's way over priced. It just lacks something and doesn't seem to intergrate correctly, lacks balance. Wont be buying again unless Dalmore drop the price to well under 50 quid.

    19th November 2012

    oops, forgot to rate it....

    (as above)

    4th October 2012

    ok, ok....

    ...so this arrived today, been waiting to try this for a while now. The nose is outstanding, like a confectionary tray. Time to get stuck in I say... Initial taste was very nice, but one of disappointment, not because it's bad, but because it's not as good as I was hoping - maybe I've got my expections set too high. It's expensive, so I'll give it a 2nd chance... ...ok back 5 mins later, I've told it to sit there and behave and do what it's supposed to do. Maybe it's because it took the initial tasting to calibrate my taste buds or maybe it was because it was a new bottle and drank straight out, who knows....but now we're talkin! This is more like it. Loveley mouth feel and lots of sherry (but not over done, just helping and playing it's well constructed part). Great finish I can still taste now. Ok, so I take it back, it's cracking. Is it worth the price? Jury is out. I'd be happier paying around £50-£55 for it, but saying that, would I buy it again.....yes, yes I would...so I guess that's that then. Want more now....hmmm....looking forward to tomorrow.

    4th October 2012

    no cigar needed

    had a sample of this yesterday. It's quite a rich, sherried dram - theres a sweetness there, not like the light, innocuous sweet of say old pulteney 12 or tullamore dew, but a more rounded, complex sweetness - a fine whisky and well worth the money

    22nd June 2012

    Cigar Dalmore

    It´s a special sort.

    5th April 2012

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