Dalmore whiskey might just be the most legendary distillery in the world. When it comes to creating stunning whisky with real provenance(1962). Even the distillery itself looks incredible. As it overlooks the Cromarty Firth – an estuary from whose. Banks rise impressive slopes specked with green thicket and wooded copse.
The classic 12 and 15 year old have long been a mainstay for lovers of rich highland whisky. And the master blender. Richard Paterson, is one of the industry’s best loved celebrities. As well as working at Dalmore whiskey 1962, Richard blends for Isle of. Jura as well as Whyte and Mackay.
Not one to shy from experimentation, he makes use of varying barley strains and age old vintages. Which he blends with all the talent of a modern day alchemist.
A recent slew of ultra premium whiskies have cemented the distillery as one with true éclat. And under Paterson we’ve seen record prices paid for super aged drams. In 2002, at McTear’s auction house in Glasgow. £25,877.50 was reached for a 62 year old bottle of Dalmore single malt.
Setting a new record for the highest price paid for a bottle of Scotch whisky.
That was surpasse in 2009 when a whopping £27,600 was reache.. for Dalmore Oculus. Which containe whiskies from 1878, 1922, 1926, 1939 and 1951!. Truly a historic single malt…
Dalmore was founded by Alexander Matheson in 1839 and now stands as. Whyte and Mackay’s largest distillery as well as being the flagship for the brand.
With four pairs of stills. Dalmore has a capacity of 4.2 million litres per annum and operates at near capacity. But still retains its quality and character.
So, dalmore whiskey (1962, 62, price, 45 year old 2019 release)
The house style is undeniably one of rich, full-bodie whisky, with orange. But Chocolate and coffee flavours and. Dalmore whiskey is regularly enjoye as a post dinner digestif. dalmore 45 year old 2019 release