Scotch Whisky Herkunftsland Schottland Highlands 12 Jahre reichhaltig & rund Single Malt. Produktdatenblatt. Achtung: Abgabe an Personen unter 18 Jahren. Durch die Lagerung in Bourbon und Oloroso Sherry Fässern ist der Dalmore 12 Years ein wundervoll komplexer Single Malt Whisky. Ein Schottischer Whisky. With only 40% ABV, heavy chill-filtration and added colorant, the presentation of Dalmore 12 could hardly be any worse. A shiny plastic stag.
Dalmore 12 Jahre 40.0% 0,7lWith only 40% ABV, heavy chill-filtration and added colorant, the presentation of Dalmore 12 could hardly be any worse. A shiny plastic stag. Durch die Lagerung in Bourbon und Oloroso Sherry Fässern ist der Dalmore 12 Years ein wundervoll komplexer Single Malt Whisky. Ein Schottischer Whisky. Mit dem Dalmore 12 bekommen Sie einen herrlichen Highland Whisky im guten Preis-Leistungs-Verhältnis. The Dalmore ist eine gute Whisky Marke aus.
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Auszahlungen The Dalmore 12 ihr jedoch erst dann The Dalmore 12 PayPal erledigen, abgegeben worden zu sein. - Was bedeutet eingeloggt bleiben?Einige sind notwendig, während andere uns helfen, den Shop und die Besuchererfahrungen zu verbessern. The Chaps. Definitely needs no water. If whiskey could go off this is what it would taste like.
Strongly recommend this whisky to anyone looking to try other single malts. Chill filtered to oblivion and chock full of caramel coloring.
Not offensive but very little complexity due to the heavy processing. This would probably be great if Whyte and Mackay kicked up the proof and did away with the coloring and chill filtering same with Jura.
Good malt for the beginner or causual malt drinker who prefers whisky on ice - boring for the experienced malt enthusiast. A small drop of water allows it to open up with a bit more fruitiness palate: gentle delivery, soft sherry and vanilla notes.
A nice after dinner dram. This is good but might be outstanding at a higher ABV. Great go-to digestif; subtle flavors and a smooth finish.
Don't bother with the rocks. If you are looking to impress someone by drinking your scotch neat, this one is for you. Tried it with a flight of single malts.
McCallan 18yr and Glenlivet 18 yr. The Dalmore 15 year was far better. Went to Total Wine and purchased 12 year as they were out of Don't know about all the flavors you mention above but it's my "go to" scotch now.
I was disappointed in this I felt like it lacked a ton of complexity and is simple a scotch that is wasted on the experience drinker there are better bottles at cheaper price points.
After a 20 minutes of resting and a great cigar just lit I took my first sip smooth with a sweet finish a gentle warmth and I was hooked in.
To say the least I enjoyed this dram very much although not my favorite but a second buy absolutely a must try.
The raisins kept coming through for me on the nose. As someone mentioned before, the promise of sweetness didn't come through on the palate as the nose had promised.
Prefer a little more warmth in the finish, but the aftertaste of fruits and black coffee is quite pleasant Definitely needs no water. For an entry level whisky this isn't bad.
It doesn't quite live up to the entry level lagavulin or ardberg but overall it's not something you'd get sick of drinking after a few drams, but likewise it won't redefine your view of whiskey.
For 38 quid it isn't a waste of money and if you pick it up in duty free definetly worth the while. My personal view it's of a similar standard not sayin they taste similar to that of a glenfiddich 15 year.
Beautiful nose and taste to match. Gourmet orange-chocolate and rich espresso. So rich and decadent I almost forget there's alcohol in this stuff until my chest warms as if being wrapped in a nice warm blanket next to a cozy fire.
Dalmore 12 is my kind of experience. This used to be one of the best whiskies in the world, but after it turned into a cheap caramel colored alcoholic beverage which is good only for windscreen washing tank.
Every illegal gypsy distillery in Bulgaria produces better stuff. So mister Richard Paterson, go ahead, continue embarrassing yourself acting clown in idiotic TV shows and expect somebody to buy your crap.
One of my favorite 12 year old schotches, like the Bottling Note says: Very rich for a 12 year old! Dalmore 12 used to be one of the greats and now seems to the more mature palate like just many another sherried malt Disappointing to a longtime consumer I tend to agree with the chap who title his review "Mildew and Wet Ashtrays.
The blend Black Grouse has more going for it than the Dalmore 12 year old. Nose: Like being in a warm and comforting kitchen with an open hearth.
Malt and grains figure prominently at the first. Yeasty, fresh baked bread and cinnamon buns, becoming floral and sweeter as it sits and eventually exposing pineapple upside down-cake and bitter citrus.
Palate: Not as sweet as the nose promised, but it enters clean, fresh and not syrupy. Bright chalk and minerals, evolving into a subtle darkness.
Sweet pipe tobacco and cigars, rum-raisin cake, croissants, new leather and Spanish cedar. Smooth and silky. Finish: Like the palate, quick and very clean.
From someone who prefers a lingering finish I really like how this one does it. I went looking for the Dalmore 15 but I decided to give the 12 a try when it was out of stock.
I was not disappointed, this is a very nice whisky. I didn't get as much orange as some have described and the finish ended too quickly but I'm very satisfied at the price point.
Summary: I am enjoying this dram immensely and am now much more looking forward to the 15, which should concentrate and draw out the finish nicely.
Sour apple, pear, and citrus aromas, along with butter and sea breeze. Peppery flavor, floral, leather, with a nice punch of nuttiness during the finish.
Caramel syrupy mouthfeel. Be very judicious with water, but a drop or two brings out lots of nut flavor and smooths out the finish.
Tonight I made a manhattan from the last of a Dalmore 12 year old scotch that was given to my husband prior to he passed away in September He loved manhattans, and I decided to remember him tonight by having one in his memory.
I enjoyed it immensely. That soaked wood taste stands out for me. Not a top pick but a nice change. If whiskey could go off this is what it would taste like.
Whilst there are some floral and nutty aromas in the background, the smell of mildew is overpowering and the after-taste instantly reminded me of a time when I was about 12 and had a swig of my dads near empty can of VB, only to discover he'd been using it as an ashtray!
Don't waste your money on this one. The whiskey had very complex flavors. It started of smooth and tasted almost like butter, but had a nice kick to the end.
After having a bite of a pear tart and then tasting the whiskey I enjoyed it a lot more. In the end I would say that it's not revolting?
Heart-warming, sweet and sort of a curvy-feminine sensation. Really enjoyable and special. I'm now having trouble enjoying the drinking of other 12 year old Scotches after this.
The scent and taste combine to make drinking this Dalmore nothing but a celebration. No ice, no mixer, no unnecessary additions.
Nothing but straight from the bottle, into a glass and flowed into the senses. The bottle was over too quickly. The sweetness can be smelled on this lovely dram.
Almost too sweet, but the feeling of fullness in the mouth makes up for it. Finish is way too short, though.
Still, can't help but think of this as a favorite in my young scotch trying life. Can't get the fresh honeycomb off the brain.
Orange peel plays second fiddle to the bees wax. Simply Devine. The nicest, smoothest, most flavoursome whiskey in Scotland.
Jason Breen. Somewhat disappointed. I tried this is a hotel bar. The smell and the taste were imo generally not the greatest, and a bit off putting.
Some of the reviews I'd read were very positive on this whisky, and included blind tasting from people entrenched in the whisky industry I note the review I'd read was dated from so maybe this latest release isn't as good.
This was on my list of bottles to buy. No longer. Off all the whiskies I've tried recently this was the least enjoyable. I just had a couple drams glendronach 12 and then tried this next ,I went right back to the dronach and didnt even think of having another dram of dal 12,and the dronachs 10 bucks cheaper O.
My first ever whisky, and I loved it. The nutty, coffee taste with the lovely finish is perfect! A great introduction to Whisky!
Dalmore 12 to me is very Smooth I get a nutty vanilla coffee. I Highly recommend trying it with some good quality dark chocolate, It's beautiful!
Really enjoyed this one The taste just like a very simple malt whisky without surprise. Always feel bitter when swallowing.
It blows my mind why the reviews are so low. This is one of the best i have tried. It's smooth, yet still a lasting taste.
Top notch scotch with several aromas and a nice sweet, chocolatey finish. Will always keep one on the shelf for a celebratory occasion.
Stop chill-filtering, adding hideous brown dye and bottle at a slightly higher strength and I'll definitely buy a bottle. Until then Dalmore, wallow in your own self-conscious, pretentiousness.
As a great malt drinker I thought I had had the best, but this is excellent malt and I am happy to share.
Got given my first Dalmore 12 as a present. Wonderful citrus and sherry nose. Beautifully smooth on the palate, again with citrus and malt notes and that wonderful sherry finish.
Wow, like an old friend to spend the evening with. Leigh H. A beautiful, smooth dram. Gives a kick without burning out the roof of your mouth.
A great present for someone who is a bit nervy about trying a single malt. I was reading my tasting notes and just read theirs Its current production capacity of 4.
It is also famous for having bottled some of the most expensive Scotch whiskies ever sold. These include a 62 YO Dalmore comprised of a blend of five casks, from , , , and In , the distillery produced three bottles of Dalmore Trinitas.
One of the significant features of the Dalmore distillery is the use of Loch Lomond stills. These stills have three water cooled plates in the neck of the still and allow the distiller to better control the level of reflux during the distillation.
Effectively, they give the distiller the ability to mimic the effect of shorter or longer necks on the resulting distillate—the taller the neck, the higher the reflux, the portion of the vapor that condenses in the neck and falls back into the pot still for re-distillation.
The combination of increased copper contact from multiple distillations, as well as the effect of taller necks to select lighter aromatic compounds, creates the floral and fruitier aromas typical of lighter whiskies.
The name is derived from Methuselah, the grandfather of Noah, who, at years of age, was the longest-lived person in the Old Testament.
The Dalmore is a rich mahogany color with the characteristic reddish orange hue of fine antique wood. The vintage year displayed on the product image may differ from the stock available in stores and online.
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