Dalmunach is a recent addition to the Chivas/Pernod Ricard portfolio, built upon the site of the Imperial distillery in the Speyside.
Although I don't particularly look for barely-legal young malts, I must say I caved in from the curiosity I had. Overall fairly drinkable and feels older than the age states, but I would wait for some more years. As the capacity of the distillery seems quite large, it should become both much easier to acquire and more affordable in the upcoming years, I would assume.
Young sherry, dried herbs, almonds, prunes, vanilla
Cherry, cacao nibs, blood orange, average texture, some pepper
Dark chocolate, below average in length, some oak, caramel