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Dalmore 12yr Old Malt Whisky 70cl - £35.95 Delivered @ Lochfyne Whiskies
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Dalmore 12yr Old Malt Whisky 70cl - £35.95 Delivered @ Lochfyne Whiskies

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Dalmore was founded in 1839 by Alexander Matheson, but was owned by the Mackenzie clan for almost a century.
The Mackenzie influence can be seen in the clan crest which adorns every bottle produced at Dalmore.

Dalmore 12 Year Old is matured for an initial nine years in American white oak ex-bourbon casks before being carefully divided.
One half continues its maturation in bourbon barrels, the other half is transferred to 30 year old Matusalem Oloroso sherry casks.
Complex, yet balanced, the Dalmore 12 Year Old is the epitome of the Dalmore house style.

Quidco & TopCashBack available too.

£2.88 now tracking on Quidco for me, brings price down to £33.07..!!
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Loch Fyne Whiskies is my favourite whisky shop - even though I've been only twice (in about 1993-1995). They were the inspiration for my Living Bottle (long before people started talking about infinity bottles or whatever) and the owner was so knowledgeable. When I bought a Longrow from him, he said "that'll taste best once it's down to the shoulders" and he was right.
All totally irrelevant to the deal of course.
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This is a bit different to my usual taste but bloody lovely.
My local whisky and perhaps my favourite affordable one.
Lovely stuff
Loch Fyne Whiskies is my favourite whisky shop - even though I've been only twice (in about 1993-1995). They were the inspiration for my Living Bottle (long before people started talking about infinity bottles or whatever) and the owner was so knowledgeable. When I bought a Longrow from him, he said "that'll taste best once it's down to the shoulders" and he was right.
All totally irrelevant to the deal of course.
antspam13/04/2020 21:25

Loch Fyne Whiskies is my favourite whisky shop - even though I've been …Loch Fyne Whiskies is my favourite whisky shop - even though I've been only twice (in about 1993-1995). They were the inspiration for my Living Bottle (long before people started talking about infinity bottles or whatever) and the owner was so knowledgeable. When I bought a Longrow from him, he said "that'll taste best once it's down to the shoulders" and he was right.All totally irrelevant to the deal of course.


Lovely shop with some hidden gems, recommend to visit to anyone and everyone and such nice and helpful staff.

My first of many trips to Inveraray back in 2011.

The mission, Glenfarclas family cask 1961.

Cost me £420 and gave it to my dad for his 50th the same year. I think some auctions estimate it between £3-5k now...
I have a bottle of this but unfortunately it's nearly finished and I can't afford to buy another one which is a real pity as it's a beautiful whisky a real pleasure to drink and savour.
Alllfff13/04/2020 21:39

Lovely shop with some hidden gems, recommend to visit to anyone and …Lovely shop with some hidden gems, recommend to visit to anyone and everyone and such nice and helpful staff.My first of many trips to Inveraray back in 2011. The mission, Glenfarclas family cask 1961.Cost me £420 and gave it to my dad for his 50th the same year. I think some auctions estimate it between £3-5k now...


Aye, when I think of how the value of the whiskies I've guzzled have changed since, I wonder if I should have saved them - eg Bladnoch (Flora and Fauna - bought for £26) or Caol Ila cask strength 1981. But they were made for drinking!
antspam13/04/2020 21:25

Loch Fyne Whiskies is my favourite whisky shop - even though I've been …Loch Fyne Whiskies is my favourite whisky shop - even though I've been only twice (in about 1993-1995). They were the inspiration for my Living Bottle (long before people started talking about infinity bottles or whatever) and the owner was so knowledgeable. When I bought a Longrow from him, he said "that'll taste best once it's down to the shoulders" and he was right.All totally irrelevant to the deal of course.


Great fish too
Always wanted to taste it so ordered one. Thanks! Heat added
£1005 off the Macallan 50 year old too.
The 12 year is just too thin for me to enjoy, the 16 is a much better dram, however, after a few months it does turn incredibly sweet and tastes like butterscotch angel delight.
Cheers. Just ordered. Great price and top cashback too 👌🏽
Cashback on Topcashback as well.
I have had the pleasure of trying this whisky as also its older siblings - the 18-yr and King Alexander III. All really good. This price for the 12-yr is excellent.
I've never had a nicer whisky than a Dalmore - the 12 was the first one I tried and the 18 was the one I owned. Subsequently, I've been to the distillery and enjoyed that experience too!
I was very underwhelmed by this. Again like all Whyte and Mackay distilliries, it does not help that they chill filter the life out of it, and then add false colouring.

The Arran 10 posted here today would be the one i went for.
Edited by: "The_Bounty_Bear" 14th Apr
Over rated whisky, all style and no substance. Maybe the older Dalmores are worth a try but the 12 is not for me, plenty of better malts about for this price.
The_Bounty_Bear14/04/2020 09:26

I was very underwhelmed by this. Again like all Whyte and Mackay …I was very underwhelmed by this. Again like all Whyte and Mackay distilliries, it does not help that they chill filter the life out of it, and then add false colouring. The Arran 10 posted here today would be the one i went for.


TheWhiskyHunter14/04/2020 12:38

Over rated whisky, all style and no substance. Maybe the older Dalmores …Over rated whisky, all style and no substance. Maybe the older Dalmores are worth a try but the 12 is not for me, plenty of better malts about for this price.



That’s the great thing about malts IMO, there’s something for everyone.

I’m allways up for trying new ones if you have suggestions...?

I’m not a fan of Ardbegg, Laphroig etc, Macallan Quest is nice but £60+.
andynicol14/04/2020 17:29

That’s the great thing about malts IMO, there’s something for everyone.I’m …That’s the great thing about malts IMO, there’s something for everyone.I’m allways up for trying new ones if you have suggestions...?I’m not a fan of Ardbegg, Laphroig etc, Macallan Quest is nice but £60+.


True true. For around this price I’d go for aberlour 12 way better and cheaper, Jonny Walker Green label, glenfiddich 15, to name a couple, all easy to get hold of and nicer, in my opinion.
Imho one of the grand crus of whiskey, a step above the great majority of 12 year olds in complexity, depth of flavour and smoothness. The 15 yo is a step up again but much above this price. Treat yourself, think of all the money you have saved not going to the pub......
£38.95 now
Ordered, thanks!
Bloody amazing price 🥃 my favourite whiskey ever 🤤🥃🥃🥃
Big fan of Dalmore, have went through a few bottles. Someone bought me the 18 as a leaving present from work recently but i've yet to open in. Currently have the Cigar Malt, King Alexander III & 18yr in the collection so will add this as a nice entry level one for guests haha!
For the uninitiated, Dalmore has an incredibly unique taste but definitely from a more pleasant perspective. Literally if there was only one brand a Whiskey to survive the Corona Wars, I would like it to be this.
Guess I'm unique in just drinking to get p155ed, not bothered about it being peaty, smooth, having citrus notes etc If I want something for the taste I'll have a pineapple and mango smoothie. For the alcohol, I'll have a whiskey
Edited by: "boostii" 23rd Apr
Have had this, can confirm, it's worth a shot
Out of Stock now
Love this whiskey. Great neat. Always try and take the metal stag off the bottle when I finish it but always end up breaking it.
Beautiful whiskey. If you want the really good one go for the cigar malt pricey but worth it
"OUT OF STOCK FOR DELIVERY"
boostii23/04/2020 19:23

Guess I'm unique in just drinking to get p155ed, not bothered about it …Guess I'm unique in just drinking to get p155ed, not bothered about it being peaty, smooth, having citrus notes etc If I want something for the taste I'll have a pineapple and mango smoothie. For the alcohol, I'll have a whiskey


I think the main point to spirits in general is to remove a large amount of the water used in production to aid you in the getting sloshed quicker. Go and visit somewhere in East/Central Europe (ie Romania for example) and a local is bound to offer you some seriously strong homemade distilled fruit schnapps/brandy that will have you on the floor in no time.
The_Bounty_Bear14/04/2020 09:26

I was very underwhelmed by this. Again like all Whyte and Mackay …I was very underwhelmed by this. Again like all Whyte and Mackay distilliries, it does not help that they chill filter the life out of it, and then add false colouring. The Arran 10 posted here today would be the one i went for.


This all day. I've got the 15 as well and it's not much better. That colour man
Went through a few bottles of Tesco Finest 12 year old Highland Single Malt Whisky which was Dalmore 12 distributed by Tesco

Not bad when it was £25, bargain at clearance when it was £20, along with the Speyside (Tamnavulin)

Master distillers Richard Paterson & David Sample are from the same distillery responsible for Dalmore & Tamnavulin

scotchandscifi.wordpress.com/201…ky/

malt-review.com/201…ky/
Edited by: "gg1pl" 23rd Apr
Alllfff13/04/2020 21:39

Lovely shop with some hidden gems, recommend to visit to anyone and …Lovely shop with some hidden gems, recommend to visit to anyone and everyone and such nice and helpful staff.My first of many trips to Inveraray back in 2011. The mission, Glenfarclas family cask 1961.Cost me £420 and gave it to my dad for his 50th the same year. I think some auctions estimate it between £3-5k now...


Wow! Any others that are a good buy now for later?
How did u know this 1961 Glenfararclas was a keeper?
GHOSTTT23/04/2020 20:42

Wow! Any others that are a good buy now for later? How did u know this …Wow! Any others that are a good buy now for later? How did u know this 1961 Glenfararclas was a keeper?


I didn't my dad just hasn't opened it. I wish I knew, I would be all over it now haha.

But usually the single cask bottles from some years ago from a decent distillery will not lose value. This cask had only 150 bottles made.
antspam13/04/2020 21:25

Loch Fyne Whiskies is my favourite whisky shop - even though I've been …Loch Fyne Whiskies is my favourite whisky shop - even though I've been only twice (in about 1993-1995). They were the inspiration for my Living Bottle (long before people started talking about infinity bottles or whatever) and the owner was so knowledgeable. When I bought a Longrow from him, he said "that'll taste best once it's down to the shoulders" and he was right.All totally irrelevant to the deal of course.


It's fine tell us becouse your husband won't want to hear it
andynicol23/04/2020 20:53

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Tesco's Highland 12 is Dalmore and Tesco's Speyside 12 is Tamnavulin. Sorry if my post and links weren't clear and created the misunderstanding

Here is a better explanation
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boostii23/04/2020 19:23

Guess I'm unique in just drinking to get p155ed, not bothered about it …Guess I'm unique in just drinking to get p155ed, not bothered about it being peaty, smooth, having citrus notes etc If I want something for the taste I'll have a pineapple and mango smoothie. For the alcohol, I'll have a whiskey



Nothing wrong with preferring a whiskey, Jack & coke goes down very well, but on the odd occasion a nice malt whisky is very nice just to sit back and enjoy.
Edited by: "andynicol" 24th Apr
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