Dalmore 19yo 1992
(53.8%, OB for Travel Retail / Duty Free, Constellation Collection, 10y bourbon barrel, 9y port pipes., C#18, 70cl, 2012*)
|Type||Scotch Single Malts (Disclosed Distilleries)|
|Bottler|| Official Bottling|
|Bottled For||Travel Retail / Duty Free|
|Alcohol By Volume||53.8%|
|Other Details||Constellation Collection, 10y bourbon barrel, 9y port pipes.|
|Keith Wood||89 |
|Keith Wood||Glass. Copita
- Colour: Teak, dark amber
- Nose: Lots of trtaditional wax furniture polish and aged oak over red wine and cherries. Also a light spiciness and suggestion of more tropical fruit in the background.
- Palate: Silky smooth and quite unusually everything is initially concentrated solely on the roof of the palate. This includes chocolate, nuts and more light spiciness.
- Finish: Long and silky.
- Overall Impression: A very interesting whisky with lots of fruitiness and spices, albeit in a quite light way. Excellent, almost a "Great" but just not quite. |