Dalmore to release new 35-year-old whisky

22nd September, 2016 by Amy Hopkins

Whyte & Mackay is to release a 35-year-old variant of The Dalmore Scotch whisky that has been aged in three different types of oak casks.


The Dalmore 35 has been aged in three different types of oak casks

Available from October this year, The Dalmore 35 has been aged in a Bourbon barrel, a Matusalem Sherry butt and a Port colheita pipe.

It has been bottled in a bespoke decanter created by French crystal house Baccarat and features the ’12-point Royal Stag’ produced by Scottish silversmiths, Hamilton & Inches, holder of the Royal Warrant.

“ You cannot rush the whisky, you must take time to ensure that you get the best possible results,” said Richard Paterson, master distiller of The Dalmore who celebrates 50-years in the whisky industry this year.

“It took careful maturation in three different woods over a 35-year period to release the full potential of this whisky.

“Only after this long period of time did the whisky finally become everything I envisaged it could be. Only then was it finally time to release this truly captivating whisky from its slumber.”

The Dalmore 35 will be available at select whisky retailers.

One Response to “Dalmore to release new 35-year-old whisky”

  1. Stuart whyte says:

    Just bought the new dalmore 35 year old, how do you prove it is the genuine arcticle

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