So, now I’m heading north-west from the Dee to the Spey, the second of The Dalmore Rivers on my Highland excursion – from the safety and warmth of my living room. With this one, I just had to jump right in, so to speak. It pays to really take your time with this one. It takes a while for it to fully open up, but when it does, it gives you a lot to play with.
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This whisky was launched last year to help raise funds to protect one of Scotland’s most important salmon rivers. It sold out in nine weeks raising more than £35,000 which will help to open 25 miles of river and spawning ground which have been blocked for nearly 100 years.
The Rivers Collection (Dee, Spey, Tay and Tweed) hopes to raise around £400,000 a year to help protect the rivers and the plant and animal life they support. The first of the four to review is the Dee, so, what’s it like?
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