Dalmore Cigar Malt

May 30, 2016 1 Comment by

Alcohol:40
Region:Highlands
Color:Dark orange
Nose:Black chocolate and orange creams
Body:Firm
Palate:Rich and rounded, a hint of rum butter; then dry and firm, hard caramel toffee
Finish:Wood bark, ground almonds, dry
First Tasted:September 2006
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Number: 174
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One Response to “Dalmore Cigar Malt”

  1. Ninjababe says:

    I thought they discontinued the Cigar Malt? I haven’t been able to find it. Anyway… According to my notes, it had a smell like tequila, and a slightly port taste, tasted good with chocolate. I liked drinking it by itself, but it also made an *awesome* rusty nail (I made them equal parts scotch and drambuie)

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