Dalmore King Alexander
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Dalmore is one of the brands that keep the balance in favor of Scotland, the main kingdom of the drink called whiskey. Dalmore has its origin in 1263, the year in which the chief of the Mackenzie clan, Colin Kintail, saved the king of Scotland, Alexander III, from the attack of a stag during a hunting party.
This whiskey, simply called King Alexander III, is aged in six different casks to create a completely different experience than any other existing batch.
Pleasant aromas of praline, chocolate, almond and candied cherry, wrapped in subtle vanilla tones. Sweet notes of chocolate, almonds, figs and vanilla are perfectly complemented by flavors of orange, raspberry, raisins and subtle wine accents.