The Dalmore is a Northern Highland malt whisky with its distillery in the Highlands of Scotland on the shores of the Cromarty Firth and positioned opposite the Black Isle, located in Alness, which is 20 miles north of Inverness.
In 1263 the ancestor of Clan Mackenzie saved King Alexander III from being gored by a stag with a single arrow, the grateful King granted him the right to bear a stag’s head in his coat of arms, with the motto ‘Help the King’.
Dalmore Distillery was long owned by the Mackenzie family, and every bottle of The Dalmore is adorned with this noble emblem: a stag’s head, with twelve points to its antlers, signifying a ‘royal’.
Dalmore’s stills are the oldest in the Highlands, one of them dates from as far back as 1874, the resulting liquid forms an exceptional balance of fresh fruit flavours from the original spirit, sweet vanilla and coconut character from American oak bourbon barrels complexed with aromatic spices and dried fruit richness from the European red oak sherry butts.
- Dalmore Distillery Postcode IV17 0UT
- Dalmore Distillery Geolocation Latitude 57.6892° N Longitude -4.2394° W
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