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The 1995 vintage of Dalwhinnie Distillers Edition, finished in first fill Oloroso sherry casks before bottling. The result is very rich, thick and fruity.
Nose: Fruity and quite gentle, with pear juice, cocoa, espresso, thick malt and a little hoppy bitterness.
Palate: Tangy and fruity, apple, honeydew melon, dates and walnuts in syrup, a good mix of spices too.
Finish: Good length with cereal sweetness and chocolate milk.
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Refined delightful aroma. The taste smooth satisfying without being overly complicated. I like it. I am tasting Dalwhinnie beside the 12 year old Balvenie triple cask. I find the Balvenie a bit sharper on my nose but to give it credit it has a lovely long finish. I think I will give the toss to Dalwhinnie, thanks to the makers of both keep up the good work.
16th May 2016
I was really excited to try this after reading many reviews, however I must admit that I'm somewhat disappointed in this scotch. the 15 yr is awesome, maybe I expected the DE to deliver more complex flavours but for its price here ($135) I would rather buy a different scotch.maybe I got a bad batch, but all I smell and taste is alcohol and sour wine. it tastes like bad wine almost with a vinegar after taste...
31st July 2014
Nose: Vaporous. Like the Dalwhinne 15, the alcohol is a bit too overpowering. It makes you reach for the water. With water, fresh fruits and sweet malty vanilla reveals itself, accompanied with a hint of dried fruits and orange. Taste: Alcohol. Grass and unripe apple attacks the tip of the tongue. Sweet, grassy finish with a tiny hint of smoke. It doesn’t quite hit home with me.
25th July 2012
Really good dram a lot better than standard dalwhinnie
11th April 2012
Went to a scotch tasting last night and I thought this was the hit of the show... Up against Abelour 18, Laphroig 18 (too smoky for me) and Glenrothes 18. I thought it was smoother and had a longer finish. But all were very good...
7th April 2012