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Looking at a flight of Fettercairns. One bad, one good and one with an unlikely conclusion…
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 […]
For this weeks Desert Island Dram Whisky Apocalypse nominates a favourite…
Daniel is co-founder of Whisky Hammer a new online whisky auction site. He was born and raised on the doorstep of the Speyside region, and having developed a keen interest in whisky from a young age, Daniel and his brother Craig (also a Whisky Hammer founder) found a real enthusiasm to collect rare whiskies. Neither […]
Week 1 of the Drinks By The Dram advent calendar.
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 […]