Dailuaine 7 Year Old 2015 Oloroso Finish Single Cask (Master of Malt) Whisky 70cl

Scotch Whisky • 70cl • 57.8%
Product details
Dailuaine 7 Year Old 2015 Oloroso Finish Single Cask (Master of Malt)
Country Scotch Whisky
Region Scotch Whisky
Distillery/Brand Dailuaine
Bottler Master of Malt
Distillation Date May 2015
Style Single Malt Whisky
Bottling Date September 2022

Dailuaine 7yo 2015 MoM

Distilled in 2015, bottled in 2022, this seven-year-old single malt from Dailuaine spent time in a refill hogshead, before being treated to a finish in an oloroso octave. That sherry cask has certainly done its job, imparting hearty helpings of stewed fruit, sticky sweetness, and spice to the buttery malt at its core. 112 bottles join our exclusive range of Master of Malt single cask bottlings.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose Doughy with notes of yeasty bread and parbaked cookies. Crisp pear and lemon peel lead to candle wax, subtle whisps of candyfloss, mango sticky rice, and salted parma ham.

Palate Sticky sweet malt coats the palate, bringing biscuity spice before a whole heap of stewed apples and clove-studded orange. Oily barley brings buttery layers of caramel and pastry, with a meaty hint of beer sticks and fennel.

Finish A hint of root ginger warmth pokes through in time, with candied pineapple to balance.

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Reviews for Dailuaine 7 Year Old 2015 Oloroso Finish Single Cask (Master of Malt)
A rewarding and challenging experience.
This is certainly an interesting whisky. The sherry influence comes out in the nose. Notes of burnt sugar, custard and raisin also make themselves known. The pallete is gingery, cloves, aniseed and a hint of mint. My overwhelming sense is of stewed tea, leather, tobacco and liquorice. I also have the MoM Linkwood bottling matured in a bourbon cask and there are unsurprisingly base similarities. The pleasantly sour sherbert notes are there, but rounded out to a bitter note. My notes may not sound appealing, however I like it. Its a little bit challenging and perhaps not a beginners dram, but a rewarding experience non the less.
Alan G , United Kingdom
one year ago