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Dalmore 12yr Old Malt Whisky 70cl - £38 @ Amazon Prime
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Dalmore 12yr Old Malt Whisky 70cl - £38 @ Amazon Prime

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Dalmore 12yr Old Malt Whisky 70cl - £38 @ Amazon Prime
Posted 13th Oct 2020

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Dalmore 12yr old malt whisky 70cl gift set.

Love this stuff and this gift set makes a great Christmas present.
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  • An outstanding single malt matured in American white oak ex-bourbon casks and finessed in rare and aged oloroso sherry casks
  • The Aroma - Citrus fruits, chocolate and aromatic spices
  • On the Palate - Seville oranges, dried fruits and hints of vanilla pod
  • Finishing Notes - Roasted coffee and dark chocolate
  • Two branded stemmed glasses provided
15 Comments
I think it’s been cheaper before but still a decent price
vasg13/10/2020 12:29

I think it’s been cheaper before but still a decent price


Yes iam sure I got it for about £35 when it was on offer a while back. Well worth it a beautiful whisky.
Thing is, its the cheapest now and its for the gift set.

I was waiting for this to come up to purchase for my Dad for Christmas so I'm happy and thought I would share.

If I recall the cheapest I have ever gotten this for was £35 but that was 2 years ago.
Edited by: "colthillary" 13th Oct
It's a decent single malt, but Dalmore is very overpriced for what it is. Chill-filtered and full of E150. I'll pass, even with the 2 glasses included.
Edited by: "theyiddo" 13th Oct
Why are they giving wine glasses with Whisky
Sun13/10/2020 14:41

Why are they giving wine glasses with Whisky


Because they are whisky nosing glasses
Nice
Its not a bad whisky but i've had this Set before the glasses are very weak and will break easy which is a shame
ive had this set previously and didnt have an issue with the glasses
as others have said, not a very impressive drink, overpriced
Flipping love Dalmore ever since I first tasted this 12yr a decade ago. I've had a bottle of the 18 which is even better and I've been to the distillery and tasted some of the whiskies I definitely can't afford! The Cigar Malt was good, the King Alexander was great, but the 18 is still the best. I'll settle for the 12 in the mean time
The 15 is a truly marvellous whisky. Best see if you can get involved with that instead.
philrrobinson13/10/2020 12:35

Yes iam sure I got it for about £35 when it was on offer a while back. …Yes iam sure I got it for about £35 when it was on offer a while back. Well worth it a beautiful whisky.


It was £35 at the back end of last year, I picked it up too. This is my favourite in my bar just now so probably have to get another...
Cheapest I've seen this was back in April, £36 delivered ; hotukdeals.com/dea…050 of course that was excluding the glasses, so this is a great price IMO.

Heat and thanks OP, my bottle has long since been emptied

Would love to try the 15 or 18 but I'm loathe to spend over £40-45 for a bottle
Edited by: "andynicol" 14th Oct
Sun13/10/2020 14:41

Why are they giving wine glasses with Whisky



Copita glasses (ones in this deal), or Glencairn glasses enhance the aroma of whisky, if anyone's drinking malt from a traditional wide 'whisky' glass/tumbler I'd strongly suggest trying a capita/glencairn, even try a small wine glass/flute if you have one to hand, pour malt into your whisky tumbler and the flute and smell them side by side, the difference is immense.
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