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A jaw-dropping addition to the Dalmore core range introduced in 2013, the Dalmore 25 Year Old follows the distillery's tradition of being matured in an extensive selection of casks. Initially aged in American white oak, it's then hand-divided into 25 year old Palomino Fino sherry butts and 1980s first-fill bourbon casks. After that, the whiskies are married in bourbon barrels before finally enjoying some time in Tawny Port pipes from Portugal. Phew, what a long journey! The effort pays off though, as the Dalmore 25 Year Old is utterly incredible.
Nose: Fresh vanilla, fig cake, marzipan and chocolate orange.
Palate: More glorious, rich orange with damson and fragrant peach, moving into mango.
Finish: Dark chocolate, gingerbread and lingering, fragrant orange.
Overall: Dalmore have created a superb whisky that we'll be happy to see in their core range year after year.
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It is really hard for me to imagine anything that needs improvement with this great whisky.
1st January 2015
You have to try this beauty and then you can say if it is too much or not. I've tried it and it's definetely on of the best whiskys in the world!
6th May 2014
Tasted 12, then 15 - weak nose and weak palate, just weak...18 - ok. 25 - don't wanna try it for that much...Don't trust that deer logo when it comes down to unblended whisky!
17th March 2014
18 years old: 80£ , 25 years old: 6 0 5 £ !!!!!!!!Almost ten time more only for seven years more. Price absolutely insane. Bye bye forever Dalmore.
8th February 2014