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Dalmore 15yo

(40%, OB, new bottle, 2008)
Average Score: 82
Bottle Profile
TypeScotch Single Malts (Disclosed Distilleries)
Bottler Official Bottling
Brand NameDalmore
Alcohol By Volume40%
Other Detailsnew bottle, 2008
Average Score82

Maniac Ratings
Serge Valentin85
Olivier Humbrecht82
Michel van Meersbergen82
Ho-cheng Yao80
Craig Daniels82
David Wankel80
Oliver Klimek81

Retired Maniac Ratings
Keith Wood85

WhiskyFun Review

Tasting Notes
Craig DanielsNose: toffee, toffee, toffee, carob, fresh coffee beans, raisins, ovaltine granules, condensed milk Palate: toffee with espresso coffee, more carob/chocolate, dry sherry in the back palate. Finish: leather and drying sherry which hangs around. Comment: interesting and complex but lacks some integration between the sherry and the toffee; the coffee and carob notes are fun to explore.
Oliver KlimekColour: Copper - Nose: Prunes, orange zest, cocoa, christmas cake, hints of sandalwood. - Palate: Orange marmalade, bittersweet chocolate, tea, hints of ginger and nutmeg. - Finish: Long, fruity and dry with a herbal touch. Overall: This is a rich sherried dram as could be expected of Dalmore, but for my taste it's a bit too much on the dry side to be fully enjoyable.