Dalmore King Alexander IIIRp. 3.500.000
Finishing Notes - Cinnamon, nutmeg and ginger.
On the Palate - Citrus zest, vanilla pod, crème caramel and crushed almonds.
The Aroma - Red berry fruits and hints of passion fruit.
Six different cask finishes are exquisitely curated to create a one of a kind whisky with a rich and enticing flavour profile.
To make this Dalmore King Alexander III, Master Distiller Richard Paterson has selected a range of differently-aged malts matured in a mixture of French wine casks, Madeira drums, Sherry butts, Marsala barrels, Port pipes and Bourbon barrels from Kentucky. A remarkable feat of blending.
Spirits matured in ex-bourbon casks, Matusalem oloroso sherry butts, Madeira barrels, Marsala casks, Port pipes and Cabernet Sauvignon wine barriques are combined in perfect harmony to create a uniquely complex, yet smooth single malt. Red berry fruits, fresh flowers, passion fruit on the nose. Citrus zest, vanilla pod, creme caramel on the palate with sweet cinnamon and nutmeg spices on the finish
Do you want to escape your mundane life for a few moments and be transported to a world of caramel, chocolate delight with a smooth finish? No? Then don’t read any further because you’re clearly not the person this drink was made for. If you answered yes then you will love this drink. Smooth and delicious from first sip to outright distraught that the bottle has run dry. Worth every penny!! Trust me, you will not regret it.
All hail the King
This whisky is, as others have said, a masterpiece. Take the Dalmore 15, which is already a sophisticated and well-balanced dram with a hearty and delicious Christmas cake profile. Then unlock all the dormant potential within that whisky: the fruit, the spices, the subtle woodiness, the rich and warming smoothness. By magic, this whisky takes all of those flavours and enhances them, making them stand out individually on your palate whilst you sip but still seeming like parts of a greater whole. A whisky you must absolutely try once in your life, even if the price means you have to make do with a sample (as in my case)
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