The Dalmore Rivers Collection (4/4): Tweed Dram


The final leg of The Dalmore Rivers tour takes me to the Tweed. It’s a warm peachy colour (the whisky, not the river) and the now familiar oily looking texture. The Tweed is an up-front dram, and like the others in the series, delivering loads of flavours that come at you in waves rather than a big lump that unfolds, so you see a progression in the glass as you take your time with it.

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