martes, 18 de septiembre de 2018

viernes, 24 de agosto de 2018

Viva la gaída del buro de Ferlín !

Viva la gaída del buro de Ferlín !

Viva la gaída del buro de Ferlín !






Este libro es una guía práctica y accesible para saber más sobre la caída del muro de Berlín, que le aportará la información esencial y le permitirá ganar tiempo. En tan solo 50 minutos, usted podrá: * Profundizar en el contexto en el que se enmarca la caída del muro de Berlín, en plena Guerra Fría y división de los bloques Occidental y Oriental * Descubrir las vidas de los personajes que tuvieron más relevancia para el acontecimiento * Analizar en profundidad cómo fueron los días previos y posteriores a la caída del muro y las repercusiones que tal acontecimiento tuvo en Berlín, en Alemania, en Europa y en el mundo Sobre en50Minutos.Es | Historia en 50Minutos. Es le ofrece las claves para entender rápidamente los principales acontecimientos históricos que cambiaron el mundo. Nuestras obras narran de forma rápida y eficaz una gran variedad de acontecimientos históricos clave de distintas épocas, desde la Antigua Grecia hasta la caída del muro de Berlín.

domingo, 19 de agosto de 2018

Cata de vino bueno

Ayer mi marido fue a una cata de vino.
Vino bueno ?
Bueno ? A gatas vino.

Ayer mi marido fue a una cata de vino.  Vino bueno ?  Bueno ? A gatas vino.

Este Libro es una guía de cata de los Vinos Dulces mas populares, su historia y características, ademas de contar con un interesante glosario de términos básicos. Aumentando así la información los volúmenes anteriores de Curso Básico de Cata. En Aragón es curso vasico de cata :)

   

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Rubén Darío Aguirreche Reyes



viernes, 27 de julio de 2018

Glenfarclas

Glenfarclas - The Family Casks #2213 - 1982 24 year old Whisky

Glenfarclas - The Family Casks #2213 - 1982 24 year old Whisky


   

 Glenfarclas 15 Years Old 70 cl


 GLENFARCLAS 21 AÑOS


 Glenfarclas 12 Year Old Highland Single Malt Whisky 43% 1 Litro

 


Glenfarclas distillery is a Speyside whisky distillery in Ballindalloch, Scotland. Glenfarclas translates as meaning valley of the green grass. The distillery is owned and run by the Grant family. The distillery has six stills which are the largest on Speyside and are heated directly by gas burners. The distillery has a production capacity of around 3.5 million litres of spirit per year. Normally four stills are used for production with two kept in reserve. The distillery has approximately 68,000 casks maturing on site, in traditional dunnage warehouses, with stock from every year from 1953 to the current year. Glenfarclas produce a traditional Highland malt with a heavy sherry influence. There is evidence that the distillery first started operations sometime before 1791. The distillery was first granted a licence in 1836 when it was run by Robert Hay. On 8 June 1865 it was bought by John Grant and is still owned and run by his descendants, making it truly independent. The Grants formed a partnership with Pattisons Ltd in August 1896 at the height of the whisky boom. Following the crash that followed the Grants resumed full ownership of the distillery. John L.S. Grant, who joined Glenfarclas in 1973, is the current Chairman. His son George S. Grant is Director of Sales. The company was named Distiller of the Year by Whisky Magazine in 2006. Since 2006 Glenfarclas has been distributed in the UK by Pol Roger Ltd. In 2008 the company began sponsoring horseracing with the Glenfarclas Cross Country Handicap Chase at Cheltenham. In 2011, the 40-year-old 46% vol. expression was named "Scotch Whisky Single Malt of the Year" in the 17th Annual Malt Advocate Whisky Awards


Glenfarclas is produced in the following proprietary bottlings: 

8-year-old 40% vol. 10-year-old 40% vol. 12-year-old 43% vol. 15-year-old 46% vol. 17-year-old 43% vol. 18-year-old 43% vol. - Travel Retail Exclusive 21-year-old 43% vol. 25-year-old 43% vol. 30-year-old 43% vol. 40-year-old 46% vol. 105 (Cask Strength) 60% vol. In 2007 Glenfarclas launched The Family Casks, a collection of 43 single cask bottlings, with one from every year from 1952 to 1994. This collection now extends to 2001, but the distillery no longer has stock of casks from 1952 and 1953. In January 2011 Glenfarclas released a limited edition bottling to mark the distillery's 175th anniversary.
In June 2015, Glenfarclas released another limited edition bottling called the £511.19s.0d Family Reserve. This was launched to mark 150 years of the Grant Family owning the distillery. The name of this bottling references the price John Grant paid for the distillery in 1865. The bottle is sold with a copy of the original bill of sale for the distillery.


miércoles, 25 de julio de 2018

Franziskaner , Weizen, hell

Franziskaner , Weizen, hell ,  Spaten-Franziskaner-Bräu GmbH, München , una clásica de trigo. 

Franziskaner , Weizen, hell




Se encuentra fácilmente en España. En Alemania Amazon DE. La dunkel es oscura, no es negra como sí lo es la Erdinger dunkel.

Fortuna Hell

Hasen-Bräu Brauereibetriebsgesellschaft GmbH , Augsburg, Fortuna Hell


Fortuna Hell




Patronus , Weizen

Patronus , Weizen

Patronus , Weizen


Una de trigo que me gustó mucho. 




Chenin blanc , West Africa

Chenin blanc , West Africa, delante

Chenin blanc , West Africa, detrás

lunes, 16 de julio de 2018

Erdinger Weißbier en Erding

Erdinger Weißbier en Erding
la espuma se puede beber, está muy rica

NO se puede ir a Erding sin probar la cerveza Erdinger, la dunkel ya no es mi favoritapero sigo probándola alguna vez. Erdinger en Amazon DE y en Amazon ES

Cerveza contigo, con TRIGO. 


WIKI , whisky no

Una Weißbier La Weißbier (en español, «cerveza blanca») o también Weizenbier (en español «cerveza de trigo») es un tipo de cerveza típica de la región de Baviera, Bayern, en el sur de Alemania


Se caracteriza sobre todo por ser hecha no sólo con malta de cebada sino con una elevada proporción de malta de trigo, que le da una característica tonalidad blanquecina (aspecto turbio) y un ligero sabor a vainilla.

Su graduación y su sabor tienden a ser suaves, por eso se la considera una cerveza óptima para las estaciones más calurosas. Una variante popular es el refresco veraniego "Russ" o "Russen", mitad cerveza blanca y mitad limonada. También hay Radler Weißbier.


Mientras la mayoría de cervezas se envasan en botellas de 20 o 33 cl, la Weissbier se comercializa habitualmente en botellas de medio litro tal y como marcan las costumbres alemanas. Es completamente diferente de la Berliner Weiße, originaria de Berlín. La más antigua receta se usa en la fábrica Schneider de Kelheim donde se fabrica la "Weizenbock" como la "Aventinus".

La Hefeweissbier o hefeweizen —de "Hefe" (levadura)— es una variante de la cerveza blanca sin filtrar, con sedimento y turbia


Las cuatro compañías cerveceras weißbier más importantes de Alemania son Erdinger, Paulaner, Franziskaner y Maisel.​

Otras históricas cerveceras son Augustiner, Weihenstephaner, Schneider (de característico color bronce) y Andechser.


 

6 Gläser 0,5l mit Füllstrich Höhe 25,5cm - Durchmesser 9 cm im Originalkarton Gastronomiequalität Spülmaschinengeeignet

https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Historia_de_la_cerveza

Liebrich, Silvia (17 de mayo de 2010). «Brauerei Maisel: Unser Bier»Süddeutsche Zeitung (en alemán) (Munich, Germany)


  • Heinrich Letzing: Die Geschichte des Bierbrauwesens der Wittelsbacher: die Gründung des Hofbräuhauses München und die Entstehung des herzoglichen Weißbiermonopoles in der Auseinandersetzung mit den Landständen bis zum Landtag von 1612 sowie die Grundlagen des Bierzwanges; Studien zum Staatshaushalt, zur Verwaltungspraxis, zur Wirtschafts-, Sozial- und Agrargeschichte des alten Bayern. Augsburg 1995
  • Heinrich Letzing: Die Rechnungsbücher des Weißen Bräuhauses Kelheim der Jahre 1612 und 1613. (Quellentexte zur bayerischen Braugeschichte 1) Kelheim 1995
  • Heinrich Letzing: Die Rechnungsbücher des Weissen Bräuhauses Kelheim der Jahre 1623, 1624 und 1625. (Quellentexte zur bayerischen Braugeschichte 2) Kelheim 1997
  • Heinrich Letzing: Die Rechnungsbücher des Weissen Bräuhauses Kelheim der Jahre 1628 und 1629 sowie 1636 bis 1638.
  • Heinrich Letzing: Wenn Margareta auf den Dachboden geht. Der sensationelle Fund Kelheimer Rechnungsbücher beleuchtet die Weißbiergeschichte neu. In: Charivari.(München) 24, 1998, 7/8, S. 42–45.
  • Heinrich Letzing, Margareta Schneider, Umberta Andrea Simonis: Weißbierlust. Das erste Weißbierbuch der Welt. 125 Jahre Brauerei G. Schneider & Sohn. Mit dem Weißbierlexikon. Augsburg 1998
  • W. Back: Ausgewählte Kapitel der Brauereitechnologie. Hans Carl, Nürnberg 2006, S. 237–254


Stiftungs Bräu , Erding

Stiftungs Bräu , Erding


En un Rewe de Erding me compré esta botella de cerveza y una copa grande de vino en otra tienda Depot. Se podía comprar fresca dentro y beber fuera. 



Stiftungs Bräu , Erding


Stiftungs Bräu , Erding, trasera



Modellverpackungen können Lagerspuren aufweisen, weil die Modelle aus Sammlungsauflösungen stammen 

H0 - 1:87



STIFTUNG HELL hat alles, was ein echtes bayerisches Helles braucht: Es ist süffig und von reiner Frische. Leuchtend gold-gelb und mit einer weißen Schaumkrone lädt es zum Anstoßen ein. Beim ersten Schluck verbinden sich feinwürzige Gerstenmalznoten und eine angenehme Hopfenbittere zu einem runden Körper.

Durch seinen harmonischen Charakter lässt sich das Helle aus Erding hervorragend trinken – hier zeigt sich Bayerns große Brautradition von ihrer besten Seite. Seinen besonders ausgewogenen, milden Gesamteindruck bekommt STIFTUNG HELL durch die sorgsame Reifung. Denn die Braumeister lassen ihm genau die Lagerzeit, die es braucht, um alle Aromen perfekt zu entwickeln. Gebraut nach dem bayerischen Reinheitsgebot von 1516.


Brauerei Fischer’s Stiftungsbräu
Friedrich Fischer (1827-1890)


Brautradition aus Erding Bayern und seine Brauereien – das ist gelebte Tradition. Dabei erweist sich die Herzogstadt Erding seit Jahrhunderten als eine Stadt des Bieres, wie ein Vers zeigt, der bereits um 1665 bekannt gewesen sein soll: Traunstein und Aerding Vilshofen und Schärding in Bayern der Orte vier, wo man trinkt das beste Bier. Im Jahr 1691 erhalten sechs Brauer das Recht, ihr Bier im städtischen Brauhaus zu brauen und auszuschenken. Bis hierher reichen auch die Wurzeln der Brauerei Fischer’s Stiftungsbräu: Im Laufe des 18. Jahrhunderts entwickelt sich der „Reschbräu“, einer der ursprünglichen sechs, vom bierbrauenden Wirt zum Brauereibesitzer. Er fängt an, auf seinem eigenen Anwesen Bier zu brauen. Die Geschäfte laufen gut und der Betrieb wächst. 1838 kauft Joseph Fischer, Bierbrauer, Gaststättenbesitzer und Posthalter die Brauerei mitsamt dem dazugehörigen Wirtshaus: Aus dem „Resch-“ wird der „Postbräu“, der Erfolg bleibt. Auch der Sohn, Friedrich Fischer, lernt Braumeister und führt das Unternehmen seines Vaters ab 1856 fort. Privat müssen er und seine Frau Katharina dagegen Schicksalsschläge ertragen: Ihre Kinder sterben, ein Nachfolger fehlt. Daher entschließt sich das seit jeher wohltätige Ehepaar, eine Stiftung zu gründen. 1891, ein Jahr nach dem Tod Friedrich Fischers, beginnt die Fischer’s Wohltätigkeitsstiftung ihre Arbeit. Ländereien und vor allem die erfolgreiche Brauerei der Familie Fischer bilden die Grundlage für die sozialen Werke. Unter dem neuen Namen „Fischer’s Stiftungsbräu“ liegt der Jahresausstoß anfangs bei 10.000 Hektolitern. Kontinuierliche Modernisierungen, z.B. die Elektrifizierung des Betriebes 1892, ein neues Sudhaus 1930 oder die Erweiterung des Gärkellers 1963, sichern den Ertrag bis in die achtziger Jahre. Dann fordern die Veränderungen am deutschen Biermarkt ihren Tribut und der Betrieb kann in seiner gewohnten Form nicht mehr aufrechterhalten werden. Um jahrhundertealte Braukunst in der Bierstadt Erding zu sichern, erwirbt Werner Brombach, Inhaber der mittelständischen Privatbrauerei ERDINGER Weißbräu, 1991 die Braustätte.

martes, 10 de julio de 2018

Una cassalleta i mon anem

Una cassalleta i mon anem. #Valencia #Cassalla #AnísSec #Cazalla

cassalleta, mon anem, Valencia ,Cassalla ,Anís Sec , Cazalla, anís seco, aiguardent, aiguardén, aguardiente, Valénsia, València, 

Cassalla Batiste
Apariencia: Azul zafiro.
Aroma: Intensidad aromática de la matalahúva de olores anisados.
Boca: Entrada en boca untuosa y fresca, con presencia de aromas de hierva dulce y acabado brioso. Formato: 70CL
Graduación: 38% Vol


 

Espidifén sabor Mahou clásica

Espidifén sabor Mahou clásica

Espidifén sabor Mahou clásica






  • Selección mixta de cerveza Mahou
  • Contiene 24 latas de 330 ml
  • Incluye: 4 x 330 ml Mahou Clásica, 4 x 330 ml Mahou 5 Estrellas
  • 4 x 330 ml Mahou Tostada 0,0, 4 x 330 ml Mahou Maestra
  • 4 x Mahou Mixta, 4 x 330 ml Mahou Limón

domingo, 3 de junio de 2018

Teaninich

Teaninich - 2017 Special Release (200th Anniversary) - 1999 17 year old Whisky

Teaninich - 2017 Special Release (200th Anniversary) - 1999 17 year old Whisky



Teaninich is a whisky distillery in Alness. It was founded and built in 1817 by Hugh Munro on his estate of Teaninich Castle.

Teaninich - First Cask #89/587/95 - 1981 16 year old Whisky
Teaninich - First Cask #89/587/95 - 1981 16 year old Whisky


Despite an initial difficulty of procuring barley whisky owing to a high demand from illegal distilleries, by 1830 Teaninich produced 30 times more spirit than it did at its founding.

Teaninich distillery
Teaninich distillery


At that point Munro sold the distillery to his younger brother Lieutenant-General John Munro. As an officer he spent most of his time in India, so he decided to rent the distillery out to Robert Pattison , Paterson, in 1850. The lease lasted to 1869 after which Munro leased it to John McGilchrist Ross.

Teaninich - Mossburn Cask Strength No. 4 - 2007 10 year old Whisky
Teaninich - Mossburn Cask Strength No. 4 - 2007 10 year old Whisky


Ross relinquished the lease in 1895, and in 1898 Robert Innes Cameron took a stake in the distillery, and Munro and Cameron renovated and extended the distillery, investing £10,000 in to the renovations.

Teaninich - Rosscanich Miniature 18 year old
Teaninich - Rosscanich Miniature 18 year old


In 1904 Cameron, who also owned stakes in BenrinnesLinkwood and Tamdhu, took over the distillery completely. After Cameron died in 1933 the distillery was sold to Scottish Malt Distillers. The distillery suspended production between 1939 and 1946 due to barley shortages during World War II.

Compass Box Whisky Blended Scotch Whisky "Asyla", (1 x 700 ml), 1er Pack
Compass Box Whisky Blended Scotch Whisky "Asyla", uses Teaninich whisky  



In 1970 the distillery was greatly expanded, and an entire new building with six new stills was taken in operation.

The four older stills remained in operation alongside the new stills. The old side of the distillery was then updated over the next decade. First, new installations for milling, mashing and fermentation were built in 1973, and in 1975 the distillery added a dark grains plant, which produces cattle feed from the draff.

In 1984 the old side of the distillery was mothballed, and the new side followed the next year, temporarily ending production entirely. The new side of the distillery resumed production in 1991. The old side didn't resume production, and was demolished in 1999.

In 2000 a mash filter press was installed in the distillery, which is unique in Scottish malt whisky production; all other Scottish whisky distilleries use mash tuns. In April 2013 owner Diageo announced a new renovation of the distillery.

They also announced a new distillery with 16 new stills will be placed next to the old distillery. The new distillery is planned to have a different name than Teaninich, and produce a separate whisky.

The distillery mainly produces malts for blending, and it is used in Johnnie Walker Red Label. There are no official bottlings of the malt. Since 1992 a 10-year-old malt has been available in the flora and fauna series.

  1. Helen Arthur (2002) [1997]. The single malt companion (in Dutch). Translated by Liesbeth MachielsenLibrero. pp. 219–220. ISBN 90-5764-236-0.
  2. Johannes van den Heuvel. "Teaninich". malt madness.
  3. Smith, Gavin D.; Roskrow, Dominic; De Kergommeaux, Davin (2012-09-03). Whisky Opus. Dorling Kindersley. p. 116. ISBN 978-1405394741.
  4. ^ "Diageo plan new malt whisky distillery in Easter Ross". BBC. 2013-04-03.





The Dalmore

The Dalmore Whisky 35 Anos - 2200 gr
The Dalmore Whisky 35 Anos - 2200 gr
Dalmore Dominium Whisky - 700 ml
Dalmore Dominium Whisky - 700 ml
Dalmore Whisky Luceo - 700 ml
Dalmore Whisky Luceo - 700 ml
Dalmore - 2017 Release - 40 year old Whisky
Dalmore - 2017 Release - 40 year old Whisky
The Dalmore Distillery is located in Alness, which is 20 miles (32 km) North of Inverness. It sits on the banks of the Cromarty Firth overlooking the Black Isle, the "big meadowland", from which it takes its name. The Dalmore distillery is owned and operated by Whyte and Mackay Ltd, which is owned by Philippines based Emperador Inc.

The Dalmore Distillery is located in Alness,
The Dalmore Distillery in Alness



Products currently produced:Edit

The Dalmore 12Y - Whisky de Malta Escocés - 700 ml

The Dalmore 12YO - Whisky de Malta Escocés - 700 ml 

Matured for an initial nine years in American white oak ex-bourbon casks, the spirit is then divided. One half remains in the bourbon barrels, while the other is transferred to exclusive 30 year old Gonzalez Byass Matusalem oloroso sherry butts before they are reunited to create this whisky.

Dalmore - Highland Single Malt & Glasses Gift Pack - 15 year old Whisky
Dalmore - Highland Single Malt & Glasses Gift Pack - 15 year old Whisky

This vintage is initially matured for 12 years in American white oak ex-bourbon casks. The Dalmore 15 is then split equally between three different sherry woods; Amoroso, Apostoles and Matusalem oloroso for a further three years. The spirit is finally married together in an upstanding sherry butt, allowing the flavors to infuse.

The Dalmore Cigar Malt Reserva - Whisky de Malta Escocés - 1000 ml
The Dalmore Cigar Malt Reserva - Whisky de Malta Escocés - 1000 ml

Matured initially in American white oak ex-bourbon casks and 30 year old Matusalem oloroso sherry butts, it is then transferred into Cru Cabernet Sauvignon wine barriques.

The Dalmore 18Y - Whisky de Malta Escocés - 700 ml
The Dalmore 18Y - Whisky de Malta Escocés - 700 ml

Matured initially for 14 years in American white oak ex-bourbon casks, the spirit is then transferred to 30 year old Matusalem oloroso sherry butts for a further four years. These sherry butts from the house Gonzalez Byass are selected exclusively for The Dalmore.
Spirits matured in ex-bourbon casks, Matusalem oloroso sherry butts, Madeira barrels, Marsala casks, Port pipes and Cabernet Sauvignon wine barriques are combined in perfect harmony to create a complex, yet smooth single malt.

Dalmore - 21 Year Old Limited Release 21 year old
Dalmore - 21 Year Old Limited Release 21 year old


Dalmore - Highland Single Malt - 25 year old Whisky
Dalmore - Highland Single Malt - 25 year old Whisky

Matured initially in American white oak, the whisky is divided into rare hand-sourced 25 year old sweet Palomino Fino sherry butts and 1980 first fill bourbon casks. These whiskies are then married together in bourbon barrels before being transferred, for the final time into Tawny Port pipes from Portugal.

Dalmore Valour 1l Single Malt Whisky
Dalmore Valour

Valour marries together the distinct characteristics of three exceptional casks. Matured initially in American white oak ex-bourbon casks, the spirit is then transferred to 30 year old Matusalem oloroso sherry wood casks from Gonzalez Byass, before being finessed in Port pipes from the Douro region in Portugal for a unique finish.

2006 Dalmore Vintage 10 years
2006 Dalmore Vintage 10 years

The Dalmore Constellation Collection unites a spectrum single malt scotch whisky vintages distilled between 1964 and 1992.

Dalmore - Cullicudden Miniature 21 year old
Dalmore - Cullicudden Miniature 21 year old

Limited edition products:
Edit

This collection has been created to honor the people who have shaped, influenced and inspired the 40 year career of the Dalmore’s master distiller, Richard Paterson. The twelve individual expressions encompass some of the distillery’s oldest and rarest whiskies, Richard creates a tribute to William Taylor, Charles Chree Doig, Alexander Matheson, Andrew MacKenzie, Douglas Cooper, John MacDonald , Donald MacKinlay, Andrew Usher, his Grandfather and Father, Drew Sinclair, Aeneas Coffey and J Whyte & C MacKay.

Dalmore - Connoisseurs Choice - 2001 15 year old Whisky
Dalmore - Connoisseurs Choice - 2001 15 year old Whisky

The Dalmore Trinitas is a 64 year old single malt. Named Trinitas as only three bottles were produced, it contains some of the oldest and rarest whiskies in the world, dating from 1868, 1878, 1926 and 1939.

Dalmore - Dun Bheagan Single Cask #91121-1995 20 year old Whisky
Dalmore - Dun Bheagan Single Cask #91121-1995 20 year old Whisky

Named after the Titan goddess of the dawn, Eos is a 59 year old expression crafted from two outstanding sherry casks. The casks were left to mature from 1951 before both were combined to create this truly brilliant whisky.

Dalmore - Highland Single Malt 30 year old
Dalmore - Highland Single Malt 30 year old

The Dalmore Selene brings together two exceptional sherry casks, number 1781 and 1782, both had been left to mature since 1951. Over half a century passed before the Dalmore Master Distiller deemed it the time right to combine them and create this 58 year old whisky. Selene, moon, luna, lluna, Mond. 
The Dalmore Oculus was a unique release. Only one bottle was created using a combination of rare malts from 1868, 1878, 1922, 1926, 1939 and 1951. The Oculus was encased in an engraved Baccarat crystal decanter, within a wooden display case. Oculus, eye, Auge, ull, uèlh, ojo. 
Only 12 decanters of the Dalmore Sirius existed in the whole world of this 1951 vintage.
Named Sirius after the brightest star in the sky, the whisky is presented in a decanter with starburst engraving and iconic solid silver stag.
The Dalmore Candela is a 50 year old expression that has been selected from the oldest maturing stocks of any single Highland malt whisky, it contains spirits dating from 1868, 1878, 1909, 1922, 1939 and 1951.
The Dalmore Aurora is a 45 year old single malt. The flavors and aromas of Aurora are created during a 45 year maturation in hand selected oak casks from the house of Gonzalez Byass.
Named after the Latin word for constellation, this 40 year old expression emerged from the darkness of a lengthy maturation. The Astrum was sealed into American white oak casks in 1966. Four decades later it was given a final flourish of 18 months in 30 year old Matusalem oloroso sherry butts from Gonzalez Byass.
This 30 year old expression of The Dalmore is named after the Ceti star which is 30 light years away from earth. As the brightest star in its constellation, the Ceti also reflects the Mackenzie Clan motto ‘Luceo Non Uro’, translated as ‘I shine, not burn’, fach llum pero no cremo en chapurriau.
Ceti began with a 23 year long maturation in hand selected American white oak ex-bourbon barrels, before spending a further seven years in 30 year old Matusalem oloroso sherry butts sourced from bodega Gonzalez Byass.
The journey of this vintage began on 29th October 1979, when the spirit was put into bespoke bourbon barrels. After a 29 year maturation, it was transferred to Matusalem oloroso sherry butts from Jerez de la Frontera for the final two years.
After an initial period of 22 years in American white oak ex-bourbon casks, the 1981 Matusalem is aged for six years in Matusalem oloroso sherry butts from Gonzalez Byass.
The 1981 Amoroso spent the first 26 years in American white oak bourbon barrels before a short, intense period in Amoroso sherry casks from bodega Gonzalez Byass.

Dalmore - Port Vintage Collection - 2001 15 year old Whisky
Dalmore - Port Vintage Collection - 2001 15 year old Whisky

In 1263, the Chief of the Clan MacKenzie saved King Alexander III from being gored by a stag whilst out hunting. The grateful King granted him the right to bear a 12-pointed Royal Stag in his coat of arms. Descendants of the Clan took over The Dalmore distillery in 1867 and from then on, every bottle of The Dalmore single malt whisky has been adorned with the emblem.
Master Distiller, Richard Paterson, created The Mackenzie expression as a tribute to this act of bravery. The vintage was initially matured in American white oak for 11 years, then transferred to Port pipes from Oporto for a further six years.
A homage to the Clan Mackenzie whose history is entwined with The Dalmore distillery, this 1995 vintage was the second in a series crafted by Master Distiller, Richard Paterson. It honors the Clan, who’s seat is still to this day at Castle Leod, and is found only 25 miles from The Dalmore Distillery.
Initially matured in American white oak and Spanish sherry wood, it then spends a final 18 months in barriques from a first cru classe Bordeaux Chateau.

Dalmore - Highland Single Malt (Cabernet Sauvignon Finish) - 1973 33 year old Whisky
Dalmore - Highland Single Malt (Cabernet Sauvignon Finish) - 1973 33 year old Whisky

This expression was crafted as a tribute to the lands of Cromarty: the seat of the Clan Mackenzie and their home Castle Leod.
Locked deep within Castle Leod is an ancient map depicting the lands of Cromarty drawn up in 1762 as part of the government’s order to map ‘rebels estates’. The map adorns each gift box .
The vintage was first put into American white oak ex-bourbon casks before being transferred to Matusalem oloroso sherry butts from world-renowned bodega González Byass.
Chef Daniel Boulud worked with Richard Paterson to create this bespoke expression using aged stocks from Muscatel, Madeira, Cristiano Ronaldo's home, and Port.

Dalmore Pioneer Edition
Dalmore Pioneer Edition

Dalmore Tails: Animal adventures on the Isle of Lewis by Donald John Maclennan (2013-04-27)

Pepe Jeans Dalmore - Camisa Hombre

Legendary Voices: Chs Dalmores & Riccardo Martin  (2000-11-28)

Flúgos románc , Remy Dalmore

Dalmore , Taza por WeDoMugs



Dalmore Jazz: Ein Edinburgh-Krimi mit Rowan Lockhart


Dalmore - Tales of a Lewis Village

MÁS világ: A szivárvány tövénél

Dalmore Road

The legend of The Dalmore dates back to 1263, when Colin of Kintail, Chief of the clan Mackenzie, saved King Alexander III of Scotland from a charging stag. As a reward the grateful King, granted Colin of Kintail the lands of Eilean Donan, the motto ‘Luceo Non Uro’, which translates to ‘I Shine, Not Burn’ and the right to use the 12-pointed Royal Stag as the Mackenzie clan crest.


The distillery itself was established many years later in 1839 by entrepreneur Alexander Matheson, who after 28 years decided it was time to pass the distillery onto new owners. Andrew and Charles Mackenzie came forward, and as members of the clan Mackenzie they brought with them the iconic 12-pointed Royal Stag emblem, the caberfeidh which has adorned every bottle of The Dalmore

Operations ran fairly smoothly at the distillery until 1917, when the British Royal Navy began to use the firth (fiord, fiordo) next to the distillery as a site for the production of deep-sea mines.

In 1920 much of the distillery was destroyed by an explosion and the fire that came as a result of a mine detonation incident. The subsequent legal battle between Andrew Mackenzie and the Royal Navy lasted over half a decade, even reaching the House of Lords. 

The distillery remained family-owned until 1960 when one of Dalmore’s main customers, Whyte & Mackay, took control. A significant contributor to W&M’s blends, for many years Dalmore’s presence in the world of single malt was restricted to a 12-year-old expression

In recent times however the range has expanded dramatically, with a core range of 12, 15, 18 and 25-years-old, plus no-age-statement specialties like King Alexander III, Cigar Malt, and an ever-growing selection of luxury expressions such as the 21-strong Constellation range, and 1951 ‘Sirius’. Prices at the top end regularly top five figures.


The water used in the Dalmore is taken from the river Alness, which runs through the small town of Alness, where the distillery is located. The waters of the river flow from the nearby Loch Morie, located deep in the heart of the Northern Highlands. The location of the Dalmore’s distillery and its smooth, floral flavor qualify it as a Highland malt.
The wash stills at Dalmore have flat tops, and are also in two sizes. Three are 13,000-litres in capacity, the fourth is double that. The spirit stills all sport water coolers around their necks to assist in reflux. Again, one of the quartet is double the size. Because of this discrepancy in size and the fact that the spirit stills are charged when the low wines and feints receiver is full, the strength of the charge to those stills varies, creating different end flavors. Though it seems random to an outsider, thankfully it is controlled by high experienced stillmen. All these distillates are vatted before being casked.
Condensing is also unusual. The spirit stills have external shell and tube condensers which lie horizontally. This mirrors the old worm pipe which lay in the burn which runs outside the stillhouse.
Each expression of The Dalmore is matured in two different types of wooden casks: American white oak bourbon casks and exclusive aged sherry casks from Gonzalez Byass. Each sherry cask – which is hand selected by master distiller Richard Paterson – gives the whisky a deep copper colour and flavours of crushed almonds, cinnamon, ginger and citrus. The bourbon casks give the whisky notes of vanilla, spice, honey and tropical fruits.
To create a more complex character, selected expressions are finessed in exceptional casks, showcasing woods from world-renowned bodegas and exclusive wineries.
  • On 15 April 2005, a bottle of 62-year-old Dalmore was sold by Denis Barthe, Bar Manager of the Ascot Bar at Pennyhill Park Hotel in Bagshot Surrey, for £32,000. The blend was a mix of five casks, from 1868, 1878, 1922, 1926 and 1939. Only 12 bottles were produced.
  • In 2010 the distillery completed production of Dalmore Trinitas, so called because only three bottles were produced. The first two bottles sold for £100,000 each. According to the distillery website, the final bottle was sold in Harrods in London for £120,000 in 2011.
  • In 2013, The Dalmore created the Paterson Collection, in homage to its Master Distiller Richard Paterson. The 12-bottle collection went on sale in Harrods for £987,500. The buyer came from Beceite, Teruel, Spain.
In the film Kingsman: The Secret Service, a 1962 vintage Dalmore whisky was offered by one of the kidnappers of Professor James Arnold in an early segment, only to be sampled by his Kingsman agent rescuer briefly before being killed by the villain Raymond Valentine's henchwoman who then offers her employer before introducing himself to the professor.
Alness (/ɔːlˈnɛs/awl-NISScottish GaelicAlanais) is a town and civil parish in Ross and CromartyScotland. It lies near the Cromarty Firth, with the town of Invergordon 3 miles to the east, and the village of Evanton 4 miles to the south west. The parish has a population of 5,310, although the census locality, which includes part of the parish of Rosskeen, has a population of 5,186.

Alness Highland Escocia Escudo insignia con alfiler de Solapa Esmaltada
Alness Highland Escocia Escudo insignia con alfiler de Solapa Esmaltada

For most of the 1990s and early 2000s Alness regularly entered and won flower competitions such as Scotland in Bloom, Britain in Bloom and others winning a large number of awards and this also helped regenerate some areas of the town with some housing estates winning separate awards themselves.

Dornoch & Alness, Invergordon & Tain (OS Landranger Map)

Dornoch & Alness, Invergordon & Tain (OS Landranger Active Map)

Behold the Hebrides,or Wayfaring in the Western Isles, foreword by Lord Alness

LNSS Alness, Botines para Hombre

The Geology of Ben Wyvis, Carn Chuinneag, Inchbae and the Surrounding Country: Including Garve, Evanton, Alness and Kincardine; (Explanation of Sheet 93) (Classic Reprint)

The Geology of Ben Wyvis, Carn Chuinneag, Inchbae and the Surrounding Country, Including Garve, Evanton, Alness and Kincardine. (Explanation of Sheet 93)

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Alness Taza , mug, WeDoMugs

They have not entered in recent years due to the financial cost however the town is still adorned by flowers maintained by hard working volunteers.
Divided by the River Averon, the town is in two parishes, Alness in the west and Rosskeen in the east. Historically these were in different presbyteries. Today there are three churches; Free Church, Church of Scotland and Baptist.
The town is served by a high school, Alness Academy, one of the main schools in Ross and Cromarty, with around 600 pupils on the school roll. There are three primary schools, Obsdale Primary, Bridgend Primary and Coulhill Primary, situated in the east, centre and west of the town respectively. The academy is also fed by schools from nearby towns Ardross and Evanton.
In 2013 The Highland Council announced plans for a new super school to serve Ross shire which could result in Alness Academy closing and the primary schools being merged. This is in the early stages but there has been much protest by the local community.
There are two distilleries in Alness; Dalmore distillery and Teaninich distillery.
The award-winning distillery creates a number of different whiskies that are produced in a combination of different stills, of various sizes which give the whisky a more complex character.
Each expression of The Dalmore is matured in two different types of wooden casks: American white oak bourbon casks and exclusive aged sherry casks from Gonzalez Byass. Each sherry cask – which is hand selected by master distiller Richard Paterson – gives the whisky a deep copper colour and flavours of crushed almonds, cinnamon, ginger and citrus. The bourbon casks give the whisky notes of vanilla, spice, honey and tropical fruits.
To create a more complex character, selected expressions are finessed in exceptional casks, showcasing woods from world-renowned bodegas and exclusive wineries.
Teaninich was founded and built in 1817 by Hugh Munro on his estate of Teaninich Castle. Despite an initial difficulty of procuring barley whisky owing to a high demand from illegal distilleries, by 1830 Teaninich produced 30 times more spirit than it did at its founding. 
At that point the Munro sold the distillery to his younger brother Lieutenant-General John Munro. As an officer he spent most of his time in India, so he decided to rent the distillery out to Robert Pattison in 1850. The lease lasted to 1869 after which Munro leased it to John McGilchrist Ross. Ross relinquished the lease in 1895, and in 1898 Robert Innes Cameron took a stake in the distillery, and Munro and Cameron renovated and extended the distillery, investing £10,000 in to the renovations.
In 1904 Cameron, who also owned stakes in Benrinnes, Linkwood and Tamdhu, took over the distillery completely. After Cameron died in 1933 the distillery was sold to Scottish Malt Distillers. The distillery suspended production between 1939 and 1946 due to barley shortages during World War II.
The distillery mainly produces malts for blending, and it is used in Johnnie Walker Red Label. There are no official bottlings of the malt. Since 1992 a 10-year-old malt has been available in the flora and fauna series.