one of my favorites,lovely notes of chocolate and raisins, well worth its price. take your time and enjoy it.
- anonymous, 12th Dec '11
When I first tried it I was unimpressed, but on a second sitting when my palate was more prepared I was taken on a flavour journey. It's like drinking the highlands themselves. My tasting companions and I tasted all sorts going on, there's the usual 'whiskey' flavours that seem to crop up in most but this has heather and pine and a whole assortment of delicate beautifully balanced flavours. A good one to buy for something a little different but not extreme.
- Andy Mack, 10th Dec '11
A good match for, say, Macallan 18yo at any time, Dalmore 18 delivers that classic sherried whisky character, with a tangerine orange peel finish. A very satisfying dram in my opinion.
- M. Jansson, 13th Oct '11
An amazing whisky, but make sure you let it breatH and use a decanter if you have one. Goes down a treat!!
- Jean, 13th Jul '11
not so good i agree with whisky exchange it would be better at a higher strength
- david glass, 25th Apr '10
who eats lamb toasted in rabbit??? R.K. u plonker
- anonymous, 7th Dec '09
Because u didn't aeriate that! That's a perfect, complex and very easy to drink Highlander!
- Jack LaShay, LA, 4th Dec '09
This one has a strange flavour it is almost like lamb toasted in rabbit.
- R.K. from Kilmarnock, 21st Nov '09
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