Dalmore 64 Trinitas
Dalmore 64 Trinitas is a vintage single malt whisky produced by the Dalmore Distillery in Alness, Scotland.
Following the hype around the Dalmore 62 Single Highland Malt Scotch, The Whisky Exchange company were approached by many wealthy clients who wished to buy a bottle of the 62 whisky. However, there were no bottles left and Dalmore were unable to make any more. They did however, have a small quantity of vintage whiskies left over from the 62. Dalmore worked closely with The Whisky Exchange to develop the 64 Trinitas.
The Dalmore 64 Trinitas was made using the last few litres of liquid left over from the Dalmore 62 Single Highland Malt Scotch, including whiskies from 1868, 1878, 1926 and 1939. This blend was topped up with a 1940s vintage whisky and left to mature in a 9 litre cask which had been seasoned with ancient Dalmore, Oloroso and PX sherries.
Only three bottles of the 64 Trinitas could be made, due to the limited amount of whisky left over from the 62. Two of these have sold for £100,000 one to a UK based entrepreneur and one to a based USA entrepreneur. The final bottle is still available to buy, at the same price as the other two.
The last bottle was up for sale at the 2010 Whisky Show. The bottle was on show for visitors to see but one visitor was chosen at random to taste the Dalmore 64 Trinitas.
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