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The Dalmore Distillery was built in the northern Highlands in 1839 with money earned in the opium trade. In 1870, Dalmore was the first distillery to export single malt whisky. To Australia to be precise. In World War I the distillery was converted into a mine factory, whisky could not be produced again until around 1920. In the 1990s, Dalmore was known for its reliable and friendly priced 12-year-old standard bottling. Dalmore has released a relatively large number of distillery bottlings, and still does.
Of course it's not about the bottle, but the bottle of this Dalmore 12 single malt whisky really is impressive! The whisky itself is a Dalmore core bottling and with its nice balance and complexity a good example of what Dalmore has to offer.
There is a lot to smell and taste in this 18 year old Highlander. After maturing in white oak bourbon casks, this Dalmore was finished for 4 years on special old Matusalem sherry casks. And you can taste it. The single malt-whisky is bottled at 43%.
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