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Dalmore Dominium

(70cl, 43%)

Dalmore Dominium

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Dalmore Dominium Bottling Note

The Dalmore Dominium is part of the Fortuna Meritas Collection originally released for travel retail with Dominium the most premium offering in the range. It's finished in first fill Matusalem Sherry casks. The name literally means 'ownership' and is in reference to when the Mackenzie clan saved King Alexander III from a charging stag, from which point they were granted use of the royal stag emblem.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Spicy, vinous and honeyed with incense notes.

Palate: Exotic spice, sweet chilli, dried fruit and mixed peels.

Finish: Fruit salad, caramel and a little black pepper.

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Dalmore Dominium Reviews

Grand one

Very good. Such brilliant taste and feel. I always take with some ice and a bit of water. That really opens up the aroma and taste. Really a great stuff!

9th October 2019

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