Exquisite Highland Single Malt Whisky makers, The Dalmore, have released a new, rare, 35 year old expression from their warehouses this October.
The latest spectacular assemblage from The Dalmore showcases the timeless elegance that one has come to expect from the distillery which is renowned for maturing a collection of the world’s oldest and rarest whiskies.
The Dalmore 35 is derived from three wood profiles which include a distillery run Bourbon barrel, a Matusalem Sherry Butt and a Port Colheita Pipe, each coming together to deliver a rich and memorable whisky.
The Dalmore 35 is bottled in a bespoke crystal decanter, which has been skilfully created by the artisans of Baccarat, the prestigious French crystal house. The spectacular design has been blown by expert craftsmen, who must train for a minimum of 15 years before they are deemed to have fully mastered the challenging art of crystal making.
Standing proud on the decanter is The Dalmore's iconic emblem, the ‘12-point Royal Stag’, which has been created by leading Scottish silversmiths, Hamilton & Inches, holder of the Royal Warrant.