28 December 2018 | News
The peer-nominated award recognises the quality and reputation of The Dalmore in China amongst distributors, wholesalers and industry experts, and highlights the distillery as one of the market's leading single malt whisky brands
Renowned premium whiskey maker The Dalmore has received the much coveted 'Distiller of the Year in China' award at Whisky Magazine's Icons of Whisky China 2019 ceremony last month.
The peer-nominated award recognises the quality and reputation of The Dalmore in China amongst distributors, wholesalers, and industry experts, and highlights the distillery as one of the market's leading single malt whisky brands.
Known for curating the most exquisite casks from renowned bodegas and wineries, The Dalmore is home to some of the world's oldest whisky stocks, with new expressions and releases developed which reflect the craftsmanship, artistry and knowledge of the distillery's team.
Judges considered recent market-specific releases along with the distillery's most exceptional expressions, including the world's only six cask-finished whisky, The Dalmore King Alexander III. These, alongside the consistency of The Dalmore's Principal Collection, including its popular 15 and 18-year-old single malts, led judges to award The Dalmore with Distiller of the Year in China2019.
The Dalmore distillery has a long-standing heritage of pioneering new and exceptional whisky, honouring a 175 year old tradition of cask maturation.
A sumptuous and layered whisky, The Dalmore has a deep copper colour and signature house style of crushed almonds, cinnamon, ginger and citrus. The distillery has long been privileged with access to the most exquisite casks in the world.