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Dalmore 2008-2022 - 13 Year Old - Gordon & MacPhail - Connoisseurs Choice Cask Strength - Single Cas

LOT ID: 1023-526

End Date : Jan 03 2024 08:00 PM

Total Bids: 17   

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Dalmore 2008 - 2022. 13 Year Old. Bottled by Gordon & MacPhail for their Connoisseurs Choice Cask Strength series. Cask number 19601905. Batch 22/111. One of 256 bottles matured in a Refill Bourbon Hogshead. 70cl. 57.2%. In presentation box.




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Distillery:  Dalmore

Distillery Status:  Working

Bottler: Gordon & MacPhail

Region: Highland

Distilled Year: 2008

Bottling Year: 2022

Age: 13

Bottles Produced: 256

Limited Edition: yes

Cask Number: 19601905

Category: Single Malt

Country: Scotland

Bottle Size: 70cl / 700ml

ABV: 57.2%

One of the Highland’s most famous and prestigious distilleries, Dalmore has for many decades been associated with Master Blender Richard Paterson, one of the whisky industry’s biggest personalities. The distillery has been part of blending giant Whyte & Mackay since 1960 and somehow flourished during that company’s turbulent decades of ownership change and management failure preceding the takeover by Filipino owners Emperador Inc. in 2014.

Dalmore has long been associated with sherried whisky, and the distillery’s spirit is capable of extended ageing, giving Paterson unrivalled long-aged stocks to work with. Consequently, Dalmore has consistently pushed the envelope for luxury single malt whiskies, bottling a 50-year-old single malt whisky in the 1970s and the famous Dalmore 64-year-old Trinitas, the first £100k whisky, in 2010 - both of which included small amounts of whisky distilled in the 19th century.

Founded in Elgin as a merchant grocer and wine and spirits wholesaler in 1895, Gordon & MacPhail are one of the oldest independent whisky bottlers in Scotland. Co-founder James Gordon owned shares in Longmorn, Strathisla and Glen Grant, and Gordon & MacPhail were soon bottling officially licensed single malts from several distilleries and sending empty casks from their wine business to be filled with new make spirit and returned for maturation in their Elgin warehouses.

Gordon & MacPhail pioneered high strength single malts at 100 proof (57%) in the 1950s, and in 1968 the company launched Connoisseurs Choice, one of the first integrated ranges of small batch independent whisky bottlings. After finally becoming distillers themselves with the purchase of Benromach in 1993, in 2010 Gordon & MacPhail bottled the first 70-year-old single malt whisky (a Mortlach 1938) and in 2020 the company released the first ever 80-year-old whisky: Glenlivet 1940.


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Last Bids £50.00 3rd January 2024 17:15