Presented in a wooden box, we find The Dalmore whiskey 12 years 1L 40% vol., a Scottish whiskey from the Highlands region aged nine years in ex-bourbon barrels and three in sherry barrels by Gonzalez Byass . In the gift box we also find Frutier natural nice fruits and Mircus sweets, Smooth Praline and Milk Gianduia.
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All the components of the gift come inside a wooden box.
A sweet heart candy, made from natural fruit pulp by a totally handmade method, in the ingredients we find; sugar and 18% fruit pulp.
The pack contains eight pieces of four different flavors.
Mi & Cu Gourmet is a company created by the Miret Cudié brothers, a family with a long chocolate family tradition of more than 70 years of history. Mircus merges the experience with the passion for the Mediterranean and its gastronomy, for this reason, we can find as protagonist, in a large part of its creations, the Marcona Almond.
Mircus Fusion is the most creative line of Mircus, a fusion of flavors and textures of the Mediterranean that allow discovering, thanks to the different layers, new flavors and combinations.
Milk Gianduia: For the sweet tooth, a "gianduja" of the best nuts with an exquisite milk chocolate.
Smooth Praline: Caramelized Marcona almond, covered with a soft white praline made from a single recipe.
The Dalmore 12 Years 1L 40% vol. It is a Scotch malt whiskey from the Highlands region. The youngest whiskey in the distillery matures for the first nine years in American white oak barrels that have contained bourbon, after this maturation, half of the whiskey continues to age in American oak and the other half is aged in 30 year old barrels that have Matusalem content of the Gonzalez Byass winery. The whiskey resulting from this ripening is rich and complex, with sweet and complex notes of sherry.
The story of The Dalmore goes back to 1263, when Colin of Kintail, head of the Mackenzie clan, saved King Alexander III of Scotland from a deer in full charge, charging the deer with a spear while shouting "Cuidich 'n 'Righ' which in Gaelic means "Save the King". As a reward, the king gave away the lands of Eilean Donan, the slogan "Luceo Non Uro" which translates to "I shine, I do not burn" and the right to use the twelve-pronged bullock deer as emblem of the clan.
The distillery was built years later, in 1839 by Alexander Matheson, who after 28 years decided to transfer the distillery to Andrew and Charles Mackenzie, who recovered the clan symbol, the deer with twelve-pointed antlers, and that every bottle of the distillery has been taken since then.
The American oak used by the distillery comes from the Ozark Mountains in Kentucky, which provides the distillery with intense flavors of vanilla, spices, honey and fruit. A very coveted wood, since each tree only two barrels come out. The barrels of Jerez that the distillery uses come from the Gonzalez Byass winery, awarded as the Best Winery of the World in the International Wine & Spirit Competition in 2010.
The whiskeys produced by the Dalmore distillery are characterized by the extensive use of sherry casks and by printing an intense character with fruity notes, raisins, sultanas, cherries, toffee, almonds and nuts.
Region: The Highlands.
Style: Single Malt.
Aging: The first nine years in American white oak barrels that have contained bourbon, after this maturation, half of the whiskey continues to age in American oak and the other half is aged in barrels for 30 years that They have contained Matusalem from the Gonzalez Byass winery.
Nose: Marzipan, orange zest, cocoa and ripe plums.
Palate: Citrus, roasted coffee with cinnamon and orange.
Final: Persistent, with notes of oak and vanilla.
The Dalmore 12 Years presents the character and classic notes of the distillery with great balance. A whiskey to discover The Dalmore and that will delight lovers of whiskeys influenced by sherry casks.