The Dalmore has introduced three special Sherry cask-finished whiskies in the first installment of their new collection. These whiskies, aged for 26, 28, and 43 years, are part of the Cask Curation Series.
This releases celebrates The Dalmore’s long-lasting partnership with Sherry producer González Byass. There are only 150 sets available globally, and each will cost $37,500 or £30,000, making them very rare indeed.
All of these whiskies were aged in American white oak ex-Bourbon casks. The 26-year-old whisky was given its final touch in a González Byass 2002 Vintage cask, the 28-year-old with an ABV of 55.3% was finished in a 30-year-old Matusalem Sherry cask, and the oldest whisky in the collection, the 43-year-old, received its final touch in a 30-year-old Apostles Sherry cask.
These three whiskies come in a stylish leather travel case handcrafted in Florence, Italy, and are a thing of beauty.
Looking to the future, The Dalmore plans to release more special whiskies in their Cask Curation Series down the line. The next edition will come next year and will explore the influence of Port pipes. There will then be further releases in 2025 and 2026, each celebrating The Dalmore’s partnerships with leading wine and spirits makers.