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- Location: Toulouse, France
I've only tasted the Bowmore Darkest (sherry finish if i'm not wrong). And i really like it.
But in France it is really hard to find the "Dawn" and the "Dusk".
Could you tell me if these whiskies are "raryties" or not ?
And what do you think about their own wood finish (port and claret) ?
Btw i own a Glenmorangie 12 y.o. Château de Meursault wood finish but i haven't opened it yet (searching for a good occasion .
Has someone already tasted it ?
Is it worth, comparing to the other numerous Glenmorangie wood finishes ?
the Dusk and Dawn are the regular bottlings of the claret and port finishes.
The original "Claret" and "Voyage" are limited to 12000 bottles each, but the Voyage is not hard to find and it costs not much more as on date of release (75 euro in 2000 and 99 euro now).
Try the german whiskystore.(http://www.thewhiskystore.de)
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"The unique charm of the Bowmore Darkest malt whisky has been increased by further maturation in carefully hand selected oak sherry casks." So says the writing on the back of the cardboard tube which holds the bottle.
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