Looking at two Pure Malts I was lucky enough to try at Spirit of Speyside: Distilled.
Looking at the Dalmore Cigar Malt with and without a cigar.
News of a new 40 year old expression of Dalmore.
The Dalmore is set to release an exceptionally rare, Domaine Henri Giraud champagne-finished 50 year old single malt to mark its Master Distiller Richard Paterson’s 50th year in the whisky industry. As the creative force behind The Dalmore and its now iconic and innovative luxury releases, Richard Paterson’s passion, expertise and artistry has seen him […]
Dalmore is certainly an opinion splitter when it comes to whisky enthusiasts. I’ve always been a fan, as much for there slick marketing as for their product. I’ll not ramble on too much as you can read my thoughts on the Dalmore 15 and their branding in general in this previous review. The Dalmore Distillery […]
When I saw that The Balmoral hotels whisky bar, Scotch @ The Balmoral, was running a Dalmore and Jura tasting evening I knew it would be worth the trip through. I have been to Scotch before and its an amazing place for any whisky lover to vist. They have over 400 whiskies in stock and […]
You can say what you want about the slick marketing and the exclusive image that The Dalmore have created for themselves. You can say what you want about their flamboyant master blender, Richard ‘The Nose’ Paterson. You can say what you want about their special releases that help to perpetuate their own image. You cannot, however, deny […]
THE DALMORE 21 Initially matured in American white oak for 10 years, before being finished in first-fill 30 year old Matusalem oloroso sherry butts from Gonzalez Byass for the remaining 11 years. According to the official tasting notes the casks impart flavours of ginger cake and orange fondant, fresh ground coffee and crisp apple. Only […]
A brief introduction to Sherry and its relationship with Whisky.
A Blended Whisky with width AND depth? Yes please…