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The Dalmore

The Dalmore
Portwood Reserve Single Malt Scotch Whisky

Category: Highland Single Malt Scotch

Date Tasted:
Country: Scotland
Alcohol: 46.5%
92 Points
Gold Medal
Exceptional
$99.99

The Dalmore
Portwood Reserve Single Malt Scotch Whisky

Category: Highland Single Malt Scotch

Date Tasted:
Country: Scotland
Alcohol: 46.5%
Brilliant dark amber color. Grainy aromas of toasted grain in a burlap sack, saddle soap and leather soap, rye flour with dark honey, and clay riverbank with a supple, dryish medium body and a peppery, delightful, long spiced dried stone fruits, chocolate raisin cake with chestnut honey, cedar, and smoked peppercorn finish. A dark and roasted grainy malt with a round, masculine style.

Tasting Info

Spirits Glass Style: Spicy, Spirity & Rich
Aroma Aroma: toasted grain in a burlap sack, saddle soap and leather soap, rye flour with dark honey, and clay riverbank
Taste Flavor: spiced dried stone fruits, chocolate raisin cake with chestnut honey, cedar, and smoked peppercorn
Smoothness Smoothness: Peppery
Finish Finish: Normal
Enjoy Enjoy: with cigars
Bottom Line Bottom Line: A dark and roasted grainy malt with a round, masculine style.

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Highland Single Malt Scotch

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Serve in a Glencairn Scotch Whisky Glass
The Highlands consist of the portion of Scotland north of a line from Dundee on the North Sea coast in the east to Greenock on the Irish Sea in the west. Highland malt whiskies cover a broad spectrum of styles. They are generally aromatic, smooth and medium bodied, with palates that range from lushly complex to floral delicacy. The subregions of the Highlands include Speyside; the North, East and West Highlands.

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