The Dalmore 14 Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky

Vendor The Dalmore
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Experience the allure of The Dalmore 14 Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky—an exquisite marriage of tradition and innovation from the heart of the Scottish Highlands. Crafted with meticulous attention to detail and aged to perfection for 14 years, this distinguished expression is a testament to the artistry of The Dalmore Distillery.

Imbued with a warm amber hue, The Dalmore 14 opens a gateway to a world of sensory delights. The nose is an intricate dance of sweet vanilla, honeyed citrus, and subtle spices, inviting you to embark on a journey of discovery. Each sip reveals a symphony of flavors—rich toffee, ripe berries, and a touch of dark chocolate, harmonizing on the palate in a celebration of complexity.

The influence of carefully selected bourbon casks and 60% Portuguese red wine casks brings forth a velvety texture and a nuanced depth, making The Dalmore 14 a distinctive and memorable expression. The finish is a lingering embrace, leaving a whisper of oak, fruit, and a gentle warmth that lingers long after the last drop.

Presented in an elegant packaging adorned with the iconic stag's head emblem, The Dalmore 14 is not just a whisky; it's a collector's gem, a testament to the Highland legacy, and an invitation to savor the union of time and craftsmanship. Whether shared on special occasions or savored in quiet contemplation, this expression encapsulates the essence of The Dalmore's commitment to excellence. Elevate your moments with The Dalmore 14, where each sip is a journey into the heart of Highland whisky sophistication.



Tasting Notes

Nose: Very clean and appetising, with a gentle floral character.

Palate: Very smooth with a caramel texture.

Finish: Smooth & lingering

Distillery Information

The Dalmore Distillery, located in Alness, Ross-shire, Scotland, boasts a rich history dating back to its founding in 1839. It has established itself as a distinguished producer of high-quality single malt Scotch whiskies. The distillery's association with the Mackenzie clan is reflected in its iconic stag's head emblem.

The Dalmore is known for its commitment to traditional production methods. The distillery utilizes copper pot stills for distillation and sources water from the nearby River Alness. The use of various cask types, including bourbon casks and wine casks, contributes to the complexity of The Dalmore's whiskies.

The Dalmore 14:
The Dalmore 14 is a notable expression in The Dalmore's range, showcasing a marriage of bourbon casks and 60% Portuguese red wine casks during its maturation. This combination of cask types imparts a unique flavor profile to the whisky, creating a balance between sweetness, fruitiness, and the influence of oak.