Dalmore distillery was used as a deep-sea mine production centre by the Royal Navy between 1917 and 1920. After the navy left the distillery was left in tatters, and after a long compensation battle, involving the House of Lords, the distillery was brought back online. Now Dalmore, under the stewardship of Richard Patterson, presents itself as a luxury brand, with some of their bottlings among the most expensive in the world.
The Dalmore Rivers collection is a set of four individual whiskies created by Richard Paterson, with each expression reflecting the individual character of one of Scotland's four greatest salmon rivers.
This is the Dee dram, famous for it's salmon fishing. A part of the proceeds of this bottle go towards the upkeep of this famous river. The bottling is from the second release of the rivers collection
40% ABV / 70cl
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