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Dalmore 1967

Dalmore 1967
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Lot number: 065-1989

This lot failed to meet its reserve.

Dalmore distillery was used as a deep-sea mine production centre by the Royal Navy between 1917 and 1920. After the navy departed, 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 its bottlings among the most expensive in the world.

Bottled for EverRich DFS this Dalmore has followed a very particular journey to the bottle. Starting life in an American Oak cask it was eventually transferred to a Matusalem cask and finally back to its original cask.

Distilled: 1967

Bottled: 2011

Cask Type: American White Oak and Matusalem Casks

Cask Number: 2053

61.9% ABV / 70cl

Bottle Number: 84 / 120

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