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Dalmore whisky reviews

Dalmore distillery
Northern Highlands region
Founded in 1839, currently active
Owned by Whyte & Mackay / United Spirits
www.thedalmore.com

Dalmore (49,1%, Asta Morris for The Bonding Dram & Huis Crombé 2013, ref. AM005) – 81/100

Dalmore 1980 (40%, OB 2009) – 89/100

Dalmore 27 yo 1986 (46%, Montgomerie’s Rare Select 2013, cask #3093) – 80/100

Dalmore 14 yo 1996 (55,5%, Master of Malt 2011) – 78/100

Dalmore 12 yo 2000 (53,4%, Malts of Scotland 2012, sherry hogshead, MoS 12035, 290 btl.) – 86/100

The Dalmore ‘Gran Reserva’ (40%, OB 2008) – 81/100

Dalmore Mackenzie 1992 (46%, OB 2010, port finish, 3000 btl.) – 85/100

Dalmore ‘Tweed Dram’ (40%, OB 2012, Rivers Collection, Season 2012) – 75/100

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