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Dalwhinnie 25 Year Old 1989 (Special Release 2015)

(70cl, 48.8%)

Dalwhinnie 25 Year Old 1989 (Special Release 2015)
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Dalwhinnie 25YO 1989 Bottling Note

A 25 year old Dalwhinnie from Diageo's 2015 Special Releases, the first time a bottling from this distillery featured since 2012 (also a 25 year old). Matured in refill American oak hogsheads, this is a release of 5,916 bottles.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Quite floral and light, grass and subtle pear flesh.

Palate: Dried grass, Weetabix, oak and subtle orchard fruit.

Finish: Crisp with a little more cereal.

Overall: Classic Dalwhinnie aged for quarter of a century.

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Dalwhinnie 25 Year Old 1989 (Special Release 2015) Reviews

Best of the Dalwhinnie, and it should be.

It's great. Actually a decent value for the age versus other similar quality scotches.

Very floral nose, raw pear and hint of oak. Palate of green apple and earth.

11th March 2018

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16th January 2018

The best Dalwhinnie I ever tasted

I tried this one against the Dalwhinnie 25Y/O 1987-2012 bottling. I was afraid it wouldn't be that good, because it has less power (alcohol). But men o men, I was wrong. It has it all, the beautiful fine structure I appreciate in a good Dalwhinnie, with lingering tastes of vanilla, herbs and beautiful sweetness..and power! With distant the best of the two.

1st January 2018

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