The Dalmore has proved itself as a heavyweight on the world's whisky auction blocks on many occasions. And now the dram's collectibility is set to continue with the release of a new 64-year-old...
Containing spirits dating from 1868, 1878, 1926 and 1939, The Dalmore Trinitas is single malt that has been "hand-crafted and nurtured with care over a long and deep slumber," according to the its makers. What's more, it's also billed as "the pinnacle of our great distillery's history".
According to Dalmore, many different types of wood were used over the whisky's long maturation process - including the final two years in a unique, hand crafted nine litre American white oak cask - each of which have contributed to its taste.
To celebrate the Trinitas' release, three crystal decanters have been commissioned and specially made using hand-gathered crystal "of unsurpassed quality and clarity."
And, if you're wondering how collectible this bottle is likely to be, well, only three have been released. Two of which have already been acquired (both sold exclusively through the Whisky Exchange).
So, as Dalmore's press release rightly says, "In order to be fortunate you may need to be swift - time is of the essence."
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