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Distilled on the 29th October 1996 and bottled on the 17th June 2011, this is a delicious cask strength Dalmore. It was aged in a single refill hogshead for 14 years, and the result is loads of character, malt and spice...
Nose: A very interesting nose which, if you really concentrate, evokes a curious note of passion fruit, alongside juicy barley, Gewurztraminer and gingernut biscuits. It continues to open up in the glass, and it feels surprisingly coastal considering its provenance!
Palate: Quite grape-like on the tongue, so much so you almost expect it to have been finished in some kind of exotic wine cask. Some barley and white pepper, tangerine peels and vanilla yoghurt.
Finish: Spicy and fruity. Offers up dried apricot, melted vanilla ice cream and prune.
Overall: Incredibly wine-like! Really very interesting and quite unlike any other Dalmore we’ve tried…
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What a change from the Dalmore I'm use to drinking. This is a great seafood companion.
10th September 2011
Nose: Well it’s very pale looking (bit like me.) I know it’s a sherry maturation but it smells bourbony to me.Palate: Sweet xmas cake with lots of currants (posh make), mixed spice. Almost like a liquid cake mixture.Finish: Spicy aftertaste and the sweetness lingers.Overall: Nice malt. You could almost use it as a dessert malt. Fantastic for Xmas.
2nd September 2011