Versand frei ab 50€» Paypal Direkt, Rechnung» Dalmore The Fifteen 15 Jahre: Dalmore 'The Fifteen' reifte für 12 lange Jahre in feinen Bourbonfässern. Der Dalmore 15 Jahre reifte zunächst zwölf Jahre in amerikanischen Exbourbon Weißeichenfässern und wurde dann drei Jahre lang ausgebaut. Das Finish e. The Dalmore 15 Jahre Single Malt Scotch Whisky mit Geschenkverpackung (1 x 0,7l): calgarydragonboat.com: Bier, Wein & Spirituosen.
The Dalmore 15 Years Single Malt Whisky 70clDer Dalmore 15 Jahre reifte zunächst zwölf Jahre in amerikanischen Exbourbon Weißeichenfässern und wurde dann drei Jahre lang ausgebaut. Das Finish e. The Dalmore 15 Years Single Malt Whisky 70cl. 4 An Lager. Drei verschiedene Arten von Sherryfässern kommen bei der Veredelung dieses Whiskys zum. The Dalmore 15 Jahre Single Malt Scotch Whisky mit Geschenkverpackung (1 x 0,7l): calgarydragonboat.com: Bier, Wein & Spirituosen.
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Brought a bottle as had tried it at a whiskey festival A full bottle did not disappoint or last long at all.. Well worth every penny So so smooth..
Smooth and balanced. Delivers dark chocolate, orange and a hint of ginger on the palate. Bought a bootleg after a tasting last Christmas and have just bought another.
My current favourite. I never liked scotch until I tasted this! It is very smooth and does not leave a burning after taste!
I highly recommend! Outstanding, a real treat of smooth balanced flavour. I love this Nose: A strong Marmiade sent. Tiny amount of peat.
Overall, very inviteful. Overall, disapointing. Finish: it's there with just the slightest sherry influence at the back of the throut and a warm feel that ligures, but it could be so much better.
Overall, unsatisfying. Good, but it could be so much better. Dalmore to me seem to put all the emphasis on creating a premium brand rather than creating good whisky.
But sold at quite a premium price in a very flashy bottle. It's a rather uninspiring whisky. Good for a starter who wants to look sophisticated.
It's warming, plenty of dried fruit notes, the finish is over quickly, not very complex at all. There are better sherries whiskies out there for the price imo.
I was reluctant to try this one, given the ridiculous prices here in the states. It is, however, the most palatable whisky I've ever had.
I hesitate to use the word 'smooth' in a compliment but it is. Yet somehow it retains a strong flavor profile and complexity. It is sweet and somewhat dry.
Many of the descriptors seem accurate. There's no mistaking it as a sherried whisky. I consider this a bargain price on MoM but would likely never pay the average price I find locally.
Get a bottle, but don't pay too much. What an amazing drink. I was bought it for my birthday. I was blown away with how easy on the palate it is.
And what a finish. It's better than the 18yr old and that's a good dram. For me this was a real tasting adventure. At the beginning i was not impressed, all to sweet for me.
After a while i discovered new flavours and a rich body full of different spicy flavours. I mostly drink islay and campbeltown so this was a real good surprise for me.
Just give it a little time and try to learn to know this whiskey. Bought a bottle two years ago and it was a treasure.
Complex and sweet with a spicy side and notes of fruit, Christmas cake, and chocolate. The bottle I bought today is hands down awful. Weird wood flavors and no complexities or savory flavors.
Just eww, how sad. The nose is pretty good chocolate orange with a subtle note of fruitcake. Palate is Medium with a nice finish. For the price I think it's reasonable.
Read a lot of positive reviews for this one. However I'm a bit dissapointed. On the nose I got a slight whiff of chocolate then alcohol that's it. The taste was very smooth but not very complex.
No burn very easy to drink neat. I would say it's good for someone who's never had whisky before but for the price it's not complex enough.
Very disappointed with this one. Fantastic packaging but you can't drink that! Beautifully presented colour wise. That's all the good bits out of the way.
Totally lacking anything like a complex nose, just a whiff of caramel. Taste barely exists. Slight caramel taste then alcohol burn.
There is absolutely nothing to like about this. Just feel sorry for the spirit being locked away in a barrel for 15 years. My wife and I tried this one.
She is not a big Scotch drinker, but instantly picked up on the sweetness of it. Had a very nice finish too, with to me a citrusy taste.
We both liked this one. We do a fair bit of tasting, but are from being any sort of experts, we just knew what we like.
This is one that we sampled at Christmas amongst others and it turned out to be our favourite of the night.
Shame to read that there have been bad batches, but I'd give it a chance and will be buying a bottle soon, it'll sit very nicely in the collection and have a place of its own.
I will not shy away from saying that I am a novice reviewer and that my entry into the world of whisky appreciation has only just begun, yet this is such a delightful drop that I wanted to convey my thoughts.
I started some months ago, aided and abetted by my wife, into a whisky journey; starting with simple single malts of tender years and working our way outwards to singles of greater years.
A simple plan born out of an attempt to train our palettes and appreciation first, before moving on to the more complex territory of blended malts and even older years!
The Dalmore found its way to my door following a 12 year old Auchentoshan triple distilled and, despite my fondness for the smoothness and depth of the former, the Dalmore was something else altogether; the Auchentoshan almost felt thin by comparison, such is the richness and fruit-packed nature of this perfectly balanced whisky.
Not overly sweet, it has a pure vanilla and honey fragrance, backed up with cherry, cinnamon, sticky marmalade and the faintest of smoke finishes that is absolutely superb!
Smooth, yet characterful, complex yet rounded, this is something I will look forward to drinking again and would recommend that you seek it out Well, for the age and money, probably one of my first choices out of any whiskey on the market, also one of my first choices out of the Dalmore range!
Expect quality and rich wonderful flavors such as Christmas-cake, raisins, dark cherries, cinnamon and nutmeg. The smell is easy, because it smells like Christmas, YUM!
If your new to this whiskey and don't like it, well you wont like whiskey at all, so dont bother writing a review! Dalmore it worth every penny, this particular one beats a lot of 18 year old whiskies in every shape and form.
Dalmore never really fluctuates in flavor as it is something I can rely on as a mouthwatering whiskey, ooh yeah, fifth bottle in! Apparently, judging by the negative reviews?
I am lucky to have bought one of a good batch. Holy crap this is amazing. Got introduced to the Dalmore with the 12 and reading about the 15 got me intrigued.
And I am very glad I bought this bottle today. I've had a couple of bottles of this over the last couple of years and actually ranked it as my favourite whisky with its sweet caramel flavour and it's smooth finish.
However, I received a bottle this Christmas as a present and it is bad! The sweetness has all but disappeared along with the smoothness.
This batch should have been rebranded as something else as it certainly isn't the Dalmore 15 I have come to know and love. Good taste, very smooth,chocolate taste, goes very well with Indian spicy food.
After seeing how hit and miss this dram appears to be with the audience must be quality control? Red apple and ginger with maybe a hint of treacle in there somewhere Smooth finish with a peppery hit.
Received as a gift and think it one of the best malts I have tasted. If I could afford to I would drink it all the time. Very smooth and no after burn like some malts most enjoyable.
Bought a bottle from DFS after reading rave reviews on this sherry monster. However, like some other folks here, the bottling I have is just horrible.
I agree with "caramel flavoured fire water". No complexity and a touch of sweetness. Caramel on the nose. Then the alcohol burn. I don't know what to do with the rest of the bottle :.
First time trying this. Decent start with sweet sherry but lacking in a robust after-taste. Will use this as a starter if in aa drinking a chain of other whiskies.
Recommended for light-tasting cuisines like Chinese but not on its own. I always add a touch of water to my whiskey, The Dalmore lends itself to this.
I found it smooth to the tongue with a peppery finish. I especially enjoyed holding it in my mouth and allowing the flavors to build. As for the price, I think all scotch whiskey is over priced but that is life.
I have had Dalmore 15 a few times, sometimes it is awesome and then the next bottle is meh. I really wish I knew how to pick the good bottle ahead of time.
This bottle was great! First sniff, "ooh, is that some butterscotch? Add a drop of water and the umami comes right out, doubling down on that butterscotch.
It was great! I almost want to ask if there is a chance the wrong scotch was put into the dram bottle. Aftertaste was good too, left me with just the right amount of happiness, and the saltiness I attributed to the butterscotch flavor lingers.
Well done! If it was consistently like this, I would buy a bottle! And then worry about drinking it too fast.
Final Note: I am doing the advent calendar. As a result, I get one drink at it to decide if I like it enough to buy more. Sometimes I need to drink something three or four times to make up my mind.
Thus, my rating is based on a one-time drink experience. This was the first dram of the Advent Calendar we just received as a Christmas gift.
A fine way to start 24 tastings. I never understand reviews that talk about this flavor or that flavor.
I just know what I like and I liked this Dalmore expression very much. I've had Dalmore before and this is a worthy addition to those I've tasted earlier.
I guess I got lucky judging by the posts complaining about quality issues. This was absolutely brilliant. Very smooth. Very nice.
I could drink it all year long. First, let me say I'm a relative newbie, trying to learn about Scotch. My tastes are developing and not sophisticated.
My favorites to date are Glenmorrangie Quinta Ruban and Glendronach Parliament 21 so you know my flavor bias. I've always admired the bottles with their silver stag ornament.
I was heartened by the smell, which was warm and toffee ish but with a hint of fire in the back. The taste however was sharp, acrid and very much in contrast to the nose.
Burnt going down. Next added a few drops of water which made the initial taste smoother and more palatable but then it turned into something kind of like acidic vegetables, and still burned like crazy when I swallowed.
Not for me. From some of the other comments it seems possible that this label might be inconsistent.
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The Dalmore Year-Old is the second in a series which is known as the Principal Collection , which begins with the year-old incarnation. As the name implies and the label clearly states, The 15 is a single malt which is aged for 15 years.
The maturation process includes separating the whisky involved into three equal parts after spending an initial 12 years in American white oak ex-bourbon casks.
The Dalmore spends three years aging in these sherry woods before being brought back together in an upstanding sherry butt.
It definitely pays to shop around for this particular version. Palate: Sweet initially and quite rapidly tart.