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The Benromach distillery was built in the Speyside at the height of the whisky boom at the end of the 19th century. The distillery was closed in 1983. In this period, Benromach actually only produced single malt whisky for blends. Ten years later, the distillery was saved from oblivion by independent bottler Gordon & MacPhail who bought Benromach and renovated it on a large scale.The package of the sale also included a warehouse with casks. This allowed G&M to launch special distillery bottlings before the first 'new' Benromach was bottled in 2004.
Benromach, by the way, is the smallest Speyside distillery: two men keep it going, including the manager.
With this 10-year malt Benromach, the smallest Speyside distillery, sets a nice and affordable standard. Fruit, nuts, chocolate, herbs, green apples and a malty cookie, with a hint of smoke on top. Matured in bourbon and sherry casks. At 43%.
Aged in bourbon and sherry casks, this 15-year-old Benromach has a beautifully balanced palette of sherry flavors with vanilla, orange and ginger, with subtle chamomile and menthol notes in between. Bottled at 43%. With newly designed label.
Benromach is a relatively small distillery in Forres, Speyside, which focuses on single malt whisky bottlings and not on production for the blends. Like this 10 year old Benromach that was bottled as Batch 2 in the Cask Strength series at 57.1%.
Back in the shop: the Benromach Organic. Vintage 2011 now. The first fully ‘organic’ certified single malt whisky in the world, aged in organic virgin oak casks. The only Benromach also without a trace of smoke. 8 years old and bottled at 43%
Back in the shop: the Benromach Organic. Vintage 2012 now. The first fully ‘organic’ certified single malt whisky in the world, aged in organic virgin oak casks. The only Benromach also without a trace of smoke. 8 years old and bottled at 43%
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