That summer afternoon it was raining and the wind whistled away to glory, the rain-washed courtyard half-filled with leaves conspired to take you away from your curriculum books for a while. A sip of coffee by the window while holding a best-seller seemed like the best way to spend the lazy, beautiful afternoon.
Haruki Murakami quite rightly opined,”…There’s no war that’ll end all wars.”
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.”