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Dalmore 40 Year Old (2022 Release)

(70cl, 42%)

Dalmore 40 Year Old (2022 Release)
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Dalmore 40 Year Old 2022 Bottling Note

An astoundingly impressive expression here, it's the 2022 release of Dalmore's 40 year old single malt! This edition started its time maturing in ex-bourbon casks, before being transferred to Matusalem Oloroso sherry butts. You might be thinking this all sounds similar to the 2017 release so far, and you'd be correct, however, the story doesn't end there for the 2022 release! That gloriously sherried liquid is also combined with single malt, initially matured in ex-bourbon casks, followed by a stay in Graham's Port Colheita casks from 1970. The two liquids were blended, and given time to become acquainted in a cask, before it was finally time for bottling! Presented in a handsome decanter, accompanied by a rather smart stopper and display case, those Dalmore folks certainly know a thing or two about making an impression.

Tasting Note by The Producer

Nose: Cherries, plums, sultanas, toffee apple, and vanilla pod.

Palate: Orange peel, chocolate truffles, old English marmalade, and crushed walnuts.

Finish: Black forest fruits, poached pear laced with caramel, and dark chocolate.

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