Whisky Dalmore 18 Years Old, gift box, 700 ml
- Volume: 700 ml
- Barrel aging:
Whisky has a dark amber color with golden reflections.
In the taste of whiskey is dominated by shades of sweet raisins and spices, interwoven with hints of chocolate and roasted coffee beans. Rich spicy aftertaste filled with notes of cinnamon and nutmeg.
In the saturated sweet aroma of whiskey is dominated by notes of dried raisins, orange peel, caramel, walnuts and almonds.
Whiskey is excellent as a digestif, served neat or diluted with water.
Dalmore 18 Years Old appeared in the main line of Dalmore relatively recently. It was first announced in autumn 2009. At the initial stage of whiskey matured for 14 years in barrels of white American oak whiskey then moved to the 30-year-old barrels of sherry Matusalem, where he was kept for another 4 years. Repeated exposure gives the drink a dark amber color and sweet rich flavor. 18-year-old Dalmore is bottled at 43% of the fortress and offers a provocative and intense flavor and long aftertaste with hints of cinnamon and nutmeg. It will be able to assess the true connoisseurs of saturated rich drinks.
Dalmore distillery is a producer of single malt whiskey since 1839 and almost a century, was owned by the Clan Mackenzie (Clan Mackenzie). Despite the fact that today the plant changed owners, a decisive influence on the Clan Mackenzie whiskey production is shown to this day. Save Style whiskey formulation of its production and even old equipment. Each bottle of Dalmore whiskey decorated with the royal emblem depicting the head of a deer, which was taken with a heraldic shield of Clan Mackenzie. According to legend, King Alexander III of Scotland in 1263 in gratitude for their salvation awarded the leader of Clan Mackenzie, founder ancestor Dalmore, the right to decorate your family coat of arms depicting a deer.
Located on the northern shores of the Bay of Firth of Cromarty, deep in the Scottish Highlands, Dalmore distillery is ideally located to enjoy all the benefits of natural resources: alpine waters of Loch Mor, magnificent golden barley born generous soils of the Black Island (Black Isle). Considerable importance is the location at sea level.