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Holziger Highlander: Dalmore 18 Jahre im TestDer Clou des Dalmore 18 Jahre ist die Lagerung in stehenden Fässern, darunter auch Matusalem-Sherry-Casks aus Spanien. Wie schmeckt. Versand frei ab 50€» Paypal Direkt, Rechnung» Dalmore 18 Jahre: Dieser Dalmore reifte zunächst für 14 Jahre in amerikanischen Fässern aus Weißeiche. Preisvergleich für Dalmore 18 Years Old ml ✓ Produktinfo ⇒ Herkunftsland: Schottland, Highland • Alkoholgehalt: 43%vol • Sorte: Single Malt • Typ: Scotch.
Dalmore 18 Currency and Delivery Country VideoWhisky Review/Tasting: Dalmore 25 years
There are some who would find it too sweet, almost certainly, and it occupies more of a dessert space, but this strikes me as the right kind of decadent.
An evolved take on the process used in The Dalmore 12, the year expression is aged for 12 years in American bourbon casks before being split between three different styles of sherry woods: Amoroso, Apostles and Matusalem, for the rest of its maturation.
The three threads are then merged together once again, creating The Dalmore On the nose, my first impression is sweet vanilla and orange cream, with secondary honeycomb and biscuit.
On the palate, cocoa makes a first appearance, although it is fairly subtle, with a smooth, roasted nuttiness taking the foreground. This is fairly sweet, and feels rather bigger than the 80 proof, with evolving notes of black cherry and burnt sugar.
All in all, this one strikes me as a balanced synthesis of sweet, fruity and toasty, which likewise calls attention to what this brand is not —noticeably peaty, earthy or oaky.
This release is initially matured in bourbon casks, like the others, before spending time in Matusalem oloroso sherry, but then finishing in Cru Cabernet Sauvignon wine barriques.
On the nose and palate, however, this one is quite distinctive from the rest. After some time in the glass, however it was as if my brain reorganized itself, suddenly recognizing these flavors as more barrel char-forward, revealing a nose that is heavily influenced by dark chocolate and coffee in particular.
We whiskey nerds love aging processes, so how is it aged? The Dalmore obsesses over the sherry barrels they select, and knowing more about sherry can help you understand why.
Like a lot of the whiskey styles we all love to enjoy, sherry has protected designation of origin status , similar to that of Champagne in France, Scotch in Scotland, or bourbon in the United States.
This means to be labeled Xeres sherry is an anglicization it must be produced within the Sherry Triangle , a small area that includes the three cities at the vertices of the triangles and their surrounding municipalities.
Another fundamental aspect of sherry is the solera process. The easiest way to imagine this system is to picture a pyramid of barrels where all the barrels are stacked and connected.
This allows the sherry to flow between barrels. Within the system are different groups of barrels, called scales.
I've got to admit that it's slightly more harsh than expected on the first draught, but after that, simply delicious. A bit beyond my price bracket but worth saving for a treat.
I prefer Dalmore 12 over Other my favorites are Balvenie 14 which I like better than 17 and Glenfiddish Now, I took a chance and paid a big buck for Dalmore 18 with delivery to the US and it turned out just outstanding!
Soft, silky, great chocolate or coffee? I can smell empty glass for hours Very nice, splendid, totally worth it. Bold and flavorful. Wonderful nose.
I tried it back to back with Johnny gold 18 and Johnny platinum I will Dalmore over Johnny. Is to pricey like the others.
One of my favorites from the Dalmore distillery. Aged luxury, indeed. Complex nose with hints of dried fruit and sherries oak.
The flavor is complex and layered, with deep sherried oak and chocolate. The finish is warm and layered as well; warm and fruity and somewhat gently barley-sweet to dry, sherried oak.
This my second bottle of the Dalmore 18 yr. This is an absolutely perfect whiskey! Smooth and flavorful.
I'd say it's my frequent go-to, but I haven't bought a bottle in over 2 years. I'm still searching for a substitute or improvement over this - Gentleman Jack suffices.
I am having this whisky for the for the first time. I had a few pegs and can tell that it is good and on the stronger side. But I enjoy laphroaig better.
My desert island whisky. Smooth as a velvet snake with a depth that allows a new flavour with every drop of water.
You can disagree but then we must duel. If you find you balk at the price, the Dalmore 12 offers a cheaper alternative.
There are some elements of wood that detract from the experience. Close to great, but not quite there. I have had three x 3cl of this in the last 12 months.
Fruit cake and raisins, a beautiful long lingering aftertaste. Pleasant but nothing outstanding or any lingering flavour. Somewhat harsh - had this 3cl not been supplied by Master of Malt I could have been tempted to query the contents?
Tasted like a supermarket blended whisky. All down to personal taste I suppose? It is in the late maturation stages that this particular release defines itself.
This is where the whisky is transferred in order to mature for a final four years prior to bottling. Quick, thin legs. Fruity and only very slightly salty.