Dominium means domain or ownership, and celebrates the lands of our ancestors. In 1263, Colin of Kintail, Chief of the Clan Mackenzie, bravely saved King Alexander III of Scotland from the fury of a charging stag. At The Dalmore, we believe that ‘fortune favours the brave’ and this proved to be true for the Clan Mackenzie, who were given three rewards by the grateful King, including the lands of Kintail in the West Highlands, and the Castle of Eilean Donan which lay within.
Aroma: Sweet fruits, sandalwood, lemon tart, honey, caramel coffee and a hint of liquorice spice. Palate: Sherry soaked raisins, black toffee and banana cake. Finish: Treacle tart, pineapple, Oxford marmalade, ginger spice and dates.
Country of origin:
Alcohol by volume [% AbV]:
Single malt Scotch whisky , water , plain caramel (E150a)
Seal of quality:
Whyte & Mackay,St. Vincent Street 310,G2 5RG Glasgow, Scotland,GB