Dalmore King Alexander III - A dram to nose...and may be taste
N: very nice sweetness, easy steady arrival, dark fruits, tiramisu, caramel. W/ H2O caramel dies down, so does everything else. P: even on the tongue, shallow, black pepper, expecting sweet but not there,… read more
Dalmore 12 Year old - Sweet!
I received the Dalmore King Alexander III for Christmas from my wife and wanted to try the range before I opened a power house whisky. So why not start with the 12 year old expression. Nose has passion… read more
Dalmore 12 Year old - Caramel Chameleon
We’ve all experienced whiskies that evolve over time, but the Dalmore 12 year old gets my vote for the most radically changing single malt I’ve tried. There’s more development here than in the Beatles’… read more
Dalmore 15 Year old - Chance meeting with the fruit-cake
I had always wanted to try the Dalmore 12 after reading the description on "master of malt" as being like "a warm coffee house in Seattle". I don't really drink coffee and have never been to Seattle, but… read more
Dalmore Valour - very sweet dalmore.
Nose: Sweet. No, very sweet. It’s almost too sweet. With a lot of dried fruit. Sultanas, honey. Dried figs. Mint. A slight orange note, a bit of wood. Palate: sweet nectar. Orange peel, sultans figs and… read more
Dalmore Cigar Malt - Some whisky with your E150?
I was not impressed with a generously large dram of Cigar Malt that I was served last night at Paddy's in Portland. The generosity of the dram impressed me, but the actual whisky did not. E150 (arti… read more
Dalmore 30 Year Old 1973 Special Cask Finish - Cherry Pastry
This Dalmore was distilled on 22 March 1973 and matured for three long decades on a Matusalem sherry cask from the famous Gonzalez Byass Bodega. It was bottled in 2003. Ha, what a sweet nose! And punchy… read more
Dalmore 21 Year Old 1992 The Ultimate - Almond Cake
The Ultimate is a series by Han and Maurice Van Wees, well known gents in the Dutch whisky community. They started in 1994 from their HQ in Amersfoort. All their bottlings are single casks at either 46%… read more
Dalmore Vintage 2002 - In Doubt
I first tasted this at a local whiskyfestival. I was not overly impressed, but wanted to give it the benefit of the doubt and took a sample home. This Dalmore was finished on Mucastel and Cabernet Sau… read more
Dalmore King Alexander III - Too many casks spoil the dram
The 1263 from the name of this Dalmore refers to the year in which the Clan MacKenzie (later owners of the land on which the distillery was built) saved King Alexander III from being killed by a wild stag… read more