Dalaruan Archivist 46% Campbeltown style, gift tin

Dalaruan Archivist 46% Campbeltown style, gift tin

Dalaruan Archivist 46% Campbeltown style, gift tin

  • £59.95

  • Ex Tax:£49.96

The aroma firstly with soft fruits, gentle smoke, almost salted caramel like. It's thick in the mouth, creaminess moves to citrus oils which gives way to warm spices and a thread of saltiness lingers and soft fruits return in the background and a minty pine forest note appears. A marriage of 100% aged Single Malt Scotch Whiskies, no added colour, not chill filtered. A modern interpretation of the legendary Dalaruan Distillery in Campbeltown. 

Founded 1825 by Charles Colville, a travelling cartwright who partnered with four other local businessmen. Dalaruan was an integral part of the rise of Campbeltown into a ‘Whisky Capital.’ Dalaruan produced a triple-distilled Campbeltown Malt whisky which was a key component of world-famous Greenlees’ Bros blend ‘Lorne.’ In 1826 they produced 14,295 gallons and in 1885 – 112,000 gallons. Dalaruan eventually sold for closure at auction in 1925 during the whisky industry collapse. At its height, Campbeltown had 34 working distilleries, alas today only 3.


700ml | ABV 46%

Presented in a deluxe gift canister

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Description
Description Founded 1825 by Charles Colville, a travelling cartwright who partnered with four other local businessmen. Dalaruan was an integral part of the rise of Campbeltown into a ‘Whisky Capital.’ Dalaruan produced a triple-distilled Campbeltown Malt whisky which was a key component of world-famous Greenlees’ Bros blend ‘Lorne.’ In 1826 they produced 14,295 gallons and in 1885 – 112,000 gallons. Dalaruan eventually sold for closure at auction in 1925 during the whisky industry collapse. At its height, Campbeltown had 34 working distilleries, alas today only 3.
Origin Styled on the original Campbelltown distillery
Volume, ABV 700ml, 46% ABV
Comment Presented in a deluxe gift canister
Description of Taste
Tasting note Appearance : burnished copper. Aroma : its elegant, firstly with soft fruits, gentle smoke, almost salted caramel like Taste : Its thick in the mouth, creaminess moves to citrus oils which gives way to warm spices and a thread of saltiness lingers and soft fruits return in the background and a minty pine forest note appears. Finish: Waves of tobacco smoke, saltiness combine with the soft spices to flow on and on for a long finish.
Anon 03/03/2018

Au nez,senteurs diffuses made es blended,mais du bon ,des épices,des herbes sèches,des fruits sur le citron et l'orange un peu confites,retour boisé appétissant!

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