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Dalmore 1964 Constellation

Posted by Old liquor company

15 May, 2020

Dalmore 1964 Constellation


The Dalmore 46-year old 1964 vintage is the 1st release of the Constellation Collection, a range of 21 individual releases. Aged for 43 years in American White Oak cask #09/963 and finished for 3 years in a Matusalem Olorose Sherry Butt. Bottled in 2012 and imited to 67 bottles.

The Dalmore Distillery was established in 1839 by Alexander Matheson, a trader who made his fortune in illegal opium imports from the Far East. It sits on the banks of the Cromarty Firth overlooking the Black Isle, the "big meadowland", from which it takes its name. The distillery was bought by the MacKenzie family in 1886.

It has been passed down that in 1263, a predecessor of the Clan MacKenzie saved King Alexander III from a rampaging stag whilst out hunting. In reward, the King allowed him to bear the Royal emblem of a 12-pointed stag in his coat of arms. Recently, the MacKenzie motto Luceo non Uro or I shine, not burn has also been taken up by Dalmore.

In a renewed effort to popularise the brand, the packaging was recently re-designed, which includes the addition of the Dalmore's "twelve-pronged stag" from the clan crest on each bottle.

The distillery is best known for producing a single malt scotch whisky of the same name. Its location and flavour qualify it as a "Highland malt". The Dalmore distillery is owned and operated by Whyte and Mackay Ltd, which is owned by United Breweries Group, a large Indian conglomerate.






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