DALMORE 30 years Old & Rare 49%
  • DALMORE 30 years Old & Rare 49%

DALMORE 30 years Old & Rare 49%

€1,480.00 VAT included

This exceptional Dalmore Single Malt was aged for 30 years in first-fill ex-bourbon casks and bottled in May 2022 by renowned bottler Hunter Laing for its Old & Rare collection. The series has only 225 bottles. The bottle is presented in a superb wooden box with a certificate of authenticity. It exudes exceptional complexity and aromas. A bottle to remember.

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Nose: Notes of strawberry, apple and lychee.

Mouth: Soft, sweet with notes of berries, bananas and butterscotch. Perfectly melted woodiness which makes this Dalmore avery greedy caramel candy.

Finish: Long and exceptional with huge spicy notes.

THE BRAND

Dalmore, owners the oldest stills in the Highlands, one of them has been in operation since 1874. Different “spirit stills” are used and this unique combination makes it possible for this distillery to obtain a very balanced single malt with incredible complexity. To age their whisky, Dalmore largely uses sherry casks of a wide variety : Oloroso, Amoroso, Mathusalem (from the Gonzales Byass bodega in Andalusia). An exceptional partnership in every way. Once the whisky has reached maturity, the different types of casks are assembled to give birth to one of the expressions of their range, the final product resting for an additional period of four months in order to promote the blend and the harmony of the flavours. 

THE BOTTLER

Hunter Laing is a family-owned independent bottler and now owner of the iconic Greenfield site in Ardnahoe on the Isle of Islay. They work with the best cooperages in Scotland, the United States and Spain. Each cuvée is produced in small batches which are bottled without chill filtration at 46° or coloring in the Glasgow cellars.

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Data sheet

Pays
Scotland
Région
Highlands
Type
Whisky
Sous-type
Single Malt
Maison de Négoce
Hunter Laing
Age
Millésime
Volume
70cl
Degré
49%
Packaging
Coffret Bois
Style
not peated