The Dalmore releases a 40 Year Old single malt destined for collectors’ cabinets.
The most special expression the Dalmore has produced yet has a few surprises…
When The Dalmore distillery asked Daniel Boulud to create his ideal single-malt Scotch whisky, the renowned French chef had a distinct idea in mind. “I wanted wine-like flavors,” he says, “a whisky for sipping after dinner, or to have with food.” The Dalmore Selected by Daniel Boulud ($200, http://www.thedalmore.com), a 1,000-bottle release created with the […]
Back in 1998, The Dalmore became the first distillery to create a single-malt scotch specifically for cigar smokers. Of course, this made perfect sense, as there was a cigar boom going on in America—one of The Dalmore’s biggest markets—and the distillery’s master blender, Richard Paterson, was an avid cigar smoker. Appropriately, the spirit was called […]
Most single-malt Scotch is aged in either ex-bourbon barrels or sherry casks, or a combination of both. Depending on the geographic origin of the oak, each imparts its own distinctive flavors to the aged spirit, with American oak producing more floral notes, while European oak sherry casks result in a slightly darker, spicier whisky. For […]
In 1263 the chief of the Clan Mackenzie saved King Alexander’s life; in gratitude, the king granted the clan permission to portray the royal stag’s head, which appears on every bottle of The Dalmore today. To commemorate this event, a limited-edition single-malt whisky, Clan Mackenzie, was created last year. Aged for 12 years in refilled […]