The first in a three-part series from The Dalmore, created in partnership with Dundee's V&A museum and featuring collaborations between luminaries in the fields of whisky and architectural design. This edition sees the creativity of Maurizio Mucciola, protégé of acclaimed architect Kengo Kuma, combined with the skills of master whisky maker Gregg Glass. Initially matured in American oak, the single malt was finished in a combination of Italian Amarone red wine casks and bespoke Kintsugi casks, crafted from a selection of Scottish Tay oak, Japanese mizunara, and American white oak.
Nose: Rich fruits, panna cotta, honey roasted almonds, and citrus oils.
Palate: Citrus, chocolate, cherries, figs, brioche, and moist ginger cake.
Finish: Dried fruits and honey entwine with balanced wood spice and cacao