Dalmore says: "The Tweed is the most prolific salmon river in the British isles, flowing majestically through the beautiful and historic Borders countryside from its source high in the open hills above Moffat. Tweed is at its most scenic in the latter half of the year as the leaves begin to turn, the air gathers a chill, and the world famous autumn Salmon run arrives".
The Whisky Tasting Club Notes:
Nose: Light and fruity. Light sherry. Victoria plums. Slightly musty. Dates. Clementines. Fruit salad chews.
Palate: Rich with a hint of Parma Violets (in Dalmore???). Seville orange and lime marmalade. A light and fruity finish.
Retails for around £35-45