Dimple 15 Year Old

70cl / 40%
  • Blended Scotch Whisky
Dimple 15 Year Old
Web Exclusive Price £32.95 £27.46 ex VAT
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A classic deluxe blend that has stood the test of time. Based on Glenkinchie with traces of other more northerly distilleries, Dimple benefits from an extended marrying period. Rich, smooth and complex.

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Scotland

Dimple 15 Year Old Reviews

27 Customer Reviews

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  • 4
    10 March

    A real favourite of mine with plenty to body and finesse. As has been mentioned, the grain whisky stands out on its own, rather than a background for the malts. There is also quite a wood influence, but it all adds up to a nice and unique experience. I think the extra 3 years over most premium malts makes a big difference.

  • 5
    4 December 2014

    How can you tell the age of a bottle of Dimple. Clearing a deceased estate has Z897 on the bottom, must be 70 plus year old. Never opened still will original labels all in place. This is one of over 100 bottles of very old spirits, must be worth a fortune to a collector.

  • 5
    18 October 2014

    Got a bottle of this in summer very easy drinking whisky. I recommend highly.

  • 5
    22 June 2014

    Lovely smooth whiskey in a lovely bottle.

  • 6 April 2014

    it s smooth very fine and rich flavour

  • 13 February 2013

    very sexy

  • 1 March 2012

    Picked this up recently in the US for $37, and I am pleasantly surprised by the quality of this blend. It's spicy on the initial palate, with a bit of clover honey, cinnamon and baked apple. The grain is fairly apparent, but in this case it's a positive as it's some rather good grain used, and it adds a nice creamy texture to the mouth feel. For the price, it's certainly worth a look at and I believe I will be buying another bottle of this at some point in the near future!

  • 2 October 2011

    "Nose" (undiluted): Dandelion, malt notes, apple juice and wisps of peat. I mean wisps or was that my imagination? That's how faint it was. "Palate" (undiluted): Sweet Graham crackers, some maltiness, chased by a spiciness that quicky degenerates into graininess. Also an apple cider aspect to this flavor profile. "Finish" (undiluted): The spiciness of the palate that I said turned grainy does not leave on the finish.

  • 27 February 2011

    My dad's favourite whisky and right now he deserves the best!!!! xxx

  • 6 December 2010

    the wife love it

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