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Dalwhinnie 1990 (bottled 2007) Oloroso Cask Finish - Distillers Edition

(70cl, 43%)

Dalwhinnie 1990 (bottled 2007) Oloroso Cask Finish - Distillers Edition

Dalwhinnie 1990-2007 DE Bottling Note

An Oloroso sherry finished expression from the Highland distillery, Dalwhinnie. This Distiller's Edition is a 14 year old single malt with beautiful herbal notes and a very wistful peat.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Sherried, sultana, earthen. Lemon grass and a soft smoke.

Palate: Rich, barley, honey counteracts the oak. Touch of peat, aniseed.

Finish: Decent length, honey, dry oak, touch of smoke.

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Dalwhinnie 1990 (bottled 2007) Oloroso Cask Finish - Distillers Edition Reviews

Master of Malt Customer
7th December 2009
Different tastes
As someone who always enjoys a 15 year old Dalwhinnie and a 15 year old Balvennie I thought I would give this a try, what a wonderful decision on my behalf. This has now become my sipping malt, its rich smooth taste, almost creamy and a slight hint of caramel (I guess this is where the honey interacts with the oak). Worth every penny, friends who have had a dram or two with me have been converted as well, I will be purchasing more so as to retain a decent stock level!

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