Dalmore 12YO & King Alexander III Scotch Whisky Bundle 2x700ml

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Dalmore 12YO Scotch Whisky 700ml

The Dalmore 12 Year Old is a distinctive and esteemed single malt Scotch Whisky, as bold as the steed emblazoned on the bottle. The Dalmore is a highly respected dram of distinction, history and pedigree; the product of a small and dedicated team of local stillmen with a rich family lineage connected to the production of Dalmore's Scotch Whiskies. Shaped by time, water and weather, The Dalmore 12 gratefully rewards its loyal admirers with a unique, full taste that perfectly reflects its origins.

Adhering to the legend of The Dalmore, this offering projects a robust, elegant and courageous palate, reminiscent of the courage shown by the founding Mackenzie family member when he risked his own life to save Scotland's then ruler, from a charging stag. Aged for longer than the typical 10 years in American oak and sherry barrels, this single malt distinctly benefits from this time-honouring approach.

Tasting Note: Malty, orange, dark plums, chocolate, caramel, marzipan and aromatic spice. Intense citrus and hints of sweet vanilla pod, plums, coffee, cinnamon with sweet toffee, brown spices, leather, and robust exotic peppercorns. A long sherry-wooded fade.

Dalmore King Alexander III Scotch Whisky 700ml

The Dalmore King Alexander III is an exceptional and rare whisky from a highly esteemed distillery, crafted to honour the act of saving Scotland's King in 1263. To make The 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. 

What results is nothing short of a remarkable feat of blending by Dalmore. The intensely unique King Alexander III is an exceptional malt, whereby the individual characteristics of each barrel contribution work together to form a rich, deep spirit. This release commemorates the Mackenzie Clan ancestor's heroic act in saving King Alexander in 1263, and will certainly prove itself a dram of royal worth.

  • Silver - San Francisco World Spirits Competition 2016
  • 86 Points Jim Murray Whisky Bible 2017 

"Starts brightly with all kinds of barley sugar, fruit and decent age and oak combinations, plus some excellent spice prickle. So far, so good...and obviously thoughtfully and complexly structured." - Jim Murray

Tasting Note: Aromas of orange, tangerine, chocolate, plums lead into a palate of mixed spice, coffee, Christmas cake, citrus. Finishes off with cranberry, orange, spice and lingering vanilla.


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Alcohol %:
Multi Region
Single Malt
Scotch Whisky
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United States

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