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Dalmore 18 Year Old Single Malt Whiskey at Master of Malt for £93.89
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Dalmore 18 Year Old Single Malt Whiskey at Master of Malt for £93.89

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Posted 7th Jun

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Usually £110
70cl ABV 43%

A magnificent whisky matured in American white oak ex-bourbon casks and aged Matusalem oloroso sherry casks.
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If you’re a fan then this is the lowest price I can see, so its a deal and i’ve given it heat. However, I couldn’t bring myself to pay this money on a Dalmore. Chill filtered, colour added and barely above the minimum 40%. I’d be going elsewhere with my £90
Edited by: "andrewp" 7th Jun
I would not buy this unless you are a fan. In my opinion its and average whisky still at an above average price
andrewp07/06/2020 22:47

If you’re a fan then this is the lowest price I can see, so its a deal and …If you’re a fan then this is the lowest price I can see, so its a deal and i’ve given it heat. However, I couldn’t bring myself to pay this money on a Dalmore. Chill filtered, colour added and barely above the minimum 40%. I’d be going elsewhere with my £90


Hot from me for the same reason. I love Dalmore but they must have similar managers to Aberlour, who shoved the price of a'bunadh up 70% one year. I love that too but I'm not buying that either.

And what is with the "matured in American ex bourbon casks" as if it's a special thing? Almost all scotch is - because they're cheap.
For the same money, buy the 26yo James Eadie Single Grain Cambus release. Much better value for money.
maybe a naive question, but what is the difference between matured and aged in the whisky world? thanks
kc_basepair07/06/2020 23:03

For the same money, buy the 26yo James Eadie Single Grain Cambus release. …For the same money, buy the 26yo James Eadie Single Grain Cambus release. Much better value for money.


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Dalmore “dye” not for me...overdo the caramel and under do the abv.
Spend my £90 elsewhere
This particular whisky is my absolute favourite! This is a good price too, it's rarely this low.
The taste is worth every penny, so buttery and delicious and in my opinion it's better than their other offerings at double and triple the price. The 12yr is also fantastic if you want to try Dalmore without the same level of investment.
I couldn't recommend a whisky more highly out of all the ones I've tried. I own a bottle of this one and I've been eeking out the final drams for the last year because I don't want it to be gone!
Alllfff07/06/2020 23:04

maybe a naive question, but what is the difference between matured and …maybe a naive question, but what is the difference between matured and aged in the whisky world? thanks


I think, in this context, the final aging refers to being finished in a different type of cask. I wasn't aware that maturing and aging were different.
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