So at this point I’m on dram number 2 of my birthday dinner drams, and realizing that I’m 30 years old and inebriated in front of my parents. Let’s continue tasting regions, shall we?
I’m not as informed on Highland malts as I’d like to be, and I have never had a chance to try Dalmore yet, so I thought I’d try with one of the younger versions on the menu.
The Dalmore 10 year Old Malt Cask Douglas Laing was distilled from 1989 to 1999 as a special IB. It’s younger than others in the lineup. I’ve always wondered about Dalmore, since they main part of the marketing seems to direct me to have it with a cigar, which isn’t really my bag. We’ll see how it stands on its own, at
cask strength high standardized proof and younger than normal.
As usual, there’s no chill filtering and no…
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