Dalwhigny Distillery is situated high in the Grampian Hills, close to the geographical heart of Scotland.
For hundreds of years, it has been a meeting point for livestock market, mainly cattle drivers from the north, or business travelers from Kintail, Skye, Hebrides and other places to the main markets of Criegg and Falkirk in the south.
At that time, there was already an illegal whiskey distillery in Dalwhiny, supplying alcohol to travelers who needed to stop and rest from time to time because of the long and arduous journey.
Despite the cold air throat and remote location, from Luohan and Dorwin, the abundance of pure water, abundant peat, and developed road and rail transportation on the mountain at an altitude of 1057 feet prompted the Dalvini Distillery to be established in 1898. This build.
Nose: Strong aroma, mixed with toffee, fruit salad, peach, apple blossom, honeysuckle and other aromas with a little smoke.
Taste: Melt in your mouth, honey walnuts are paired with vanilla cake, and the smoky flavor combines grains and spices.
Finish: The aroma of walnuts, almonds and other nuts is long and dense.