A delicious and charitable whisky from Dalmore, a "significant proportion" of profits from each bottle of Mackenzie sold will go towards the upkeep of the clan';s ancestral seat, Castle Leod.
Initially matured in bourbon hogsheads for 11 years, The Mackenzie spent the last 6 years of its maturation in port pipes.
Nose:Sweet marmalade with some berry fruit and a few lively lemon notes. The sweetness is toffee-like.
Palate:Clove and nutmeg spiciness through the thick, full sweet body. Baked apples, more marmalade and a balancing hint of citrus.
Finish:Smooth with a bit of pepper that spices it up a little. Simple but lengthy and soft.
Overall:A lovely Dalmore that shows off the distillery's characteristic flavour profile to great effect.
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