A JOURNEY THROUGH THE
WORLD OF WHISKIES,ONE INSIGHT AT A TIME
The fine pairing of good food and good whisky has existed for as long as anyone can remember. Culinary artists and food connoisseurs have praised the marriage of the two on the dinner table with an intricacy that could only have been instigated by a true match of taste and sentiments. Certain cultures across the world support the pairing of whisky and food so much, that it is almost unimaginable to have a hearty steak dinner without a measure or two of good old whisky. Frozen foods, as debated as they may be, are not exempt from this extraordinary pairing.
The Indian appetite for a fine whisky is as legendary as Hercules! Even as one of the largest consumers of whisky in the world,
The Dalmore is essentially of highland origin, with a legacy that makes it Scotland’s most renowned single malts. Located at Alness, the distillery sits 20 miles north of Inverness, on the Cromarty Firth. Overlooking the black isle, this peninsula is actually a flat, rich meadowland. The name Dalmore is actually a combination of Norse and Gaelic meaning “big meadowland.”