The Dalmore ramps up Australian distribution

The Dalmore Single Malt Scotch Whisky has recommitted to the Australian market with increased allocation of its core range Principle Collection whiskies.

Founded in 1839 on the banks of the Cromarty Firth in the Scottish Highlands, The Dalmore is renowned for its collection of idiosyncratic stills that create a robust and fruity new make spirit that is well-suited to longer maturation.

Current master whisky maker Gregg Glass continues the distillery’s legacy of pushing boundaries to mature The Dalmore spirit in unique combinations of rare casks from some of the world’s finest wineries and bodegas.


The Dalmore whisky specialist Mark Bruce said this is a pivotal moment for The Dalmore in Australia, which is set to enjoy greater availability of its whiskies than ever before through current distributor Amber Beverage Australia.

“We are thrilled to be in a position where more people are able to experience our portfolio of unparalleled single malt whiskies,” he said.

The Dalmore 21-Year-Old (RRP $1100) is the pinnacle of the collection, which also features the annual release of The Dalmore 18-Year-Old (RRP $500) and the King Alexander III (RRP $400), as well as The Dalmore Port Wood Reserve (RRP $150).

The Principal Collection and wider portfolio are available nationally from retailers including Dan Murphy’s.

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