In 1263, Colin Of Kintail, Chief Of The Clan Mackenzie, Took A Bold Decision To Stand Up And Be Counted, And Felled A Charging Stag Which Attacked King Alexander Iii Of Scotland. In Return For Saving His Life, The Grateful King Gifted The 12-Pointed Royal Stag Emblem To The Mackenzie Clan As A Reward. When Descendants Of The Mackenzie Clan Took Over The Ownership Of The Dalmore Distillery In 1867, They Continued To Honour This Brave Act And Proudly Put The 12-Pointed Royal Stag On The Bottle. To This Day, The Stag Still Adorns Each And Every Bottle Of The Dalmore. A Sextuple-Wood Bottling From Dalmore. This Auspiciously-Named Dram Was Matured In Wine, Madeira, Sherry, Marsala, Kentucky Bourbon And Port Casks. King Alexander Iii Is A Rich, Fruity Highland Single Malt.
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