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The fact that the BenRiach Distillery is not afraid to experiment is perfectly shown in this bottling. The Speyside malt aged not only in bourbon and sherry casks, but also in new oak and red wine casks. The contents of the youngest casks was 21 years old
With the Curiositas range, Speyside distiller BenRiach releases a peated single malt. The smokiness has a mild 'Islay' character. Notes of wood, spicy, creamy, fruity, these are just some keywords. A fine whisky for a reasonable price!
Benrinnes single malt whisky is rarely seen as distillery bottling. To enjoy this Speysider you have to rely on bottlings by third parties. Like this one. And there is nothing wrong with that! It aged on a bourbon cask for 23 years and is bottled at 52,6%
In their The Single Cask series bottler Claxton’s released this 19-year-old Benrinnes. Matured on a bourbon barrel, this single malt whisky is bottled at cask strength (51.5%). A bottle to get to know Speyside distillery Benrinnes a bit better.
Bottler Cadenhead released these 14-year-old Benrinnes in their Small Batch series. Matured in bourbon barrels, this single malt whisky is bottled at cask strength (55.4%). This Benrinnes combines Speyside fruitiness with notes of American oak.
Virtually all bottles of Benrinnes single malt whisky come from independent bottlers. This bottling in the series The Single malts of Scotland-Reserve Casks is no exception. The Speyside whisky matured for 13 years in a bourbon cask. Bottled at 48%.
Most of the single malt whisky from Speyside distillery Benrinnes comes in the store through independent bottlers. This also applies to this bottling: the 12-year-old malt that matured in 2 bourbon barrels was bottled by Signatory Vintage. (43%)
For bottlings of Benrinnes single malt whisky, you don't have to go to the distillery itself. They don't do that much about it. Just look at what independent bottlers like The Single Cask come up with. For example this 10 year old edition. At 58.4%.
The single malt whiskies in the Exploration Series from bottler Claxton's are matured in all kinds of casks. This 10-year-old Benrinnes for example matured on a port cask. For Benrinnes malt you have to rely on independent bottlers such as Claxton's. 50%
Met de Càrn Mòr Strictly Limited-serie zet Morrison Scotch Whisky Distillers een betaalbare reeks whisky-bottelingen neer met een standaardsterkte van 47,5%. Deze botteling van een Benrinnes single malt is er een van. Hij rijpte 10 jaar op een oloroso-vat
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 2010 Organic. 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 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%
The subtle smoke that characterizes Benromach single malt whisky and the influence of both the bourbon and sherry casks on which it matured provide a rich palette of notes. The maturation period of 21 years certainly plays a role in this. Bottled at 43%.
This is your chance to try a wheat whisky! As far as we know, the only globally available wheat-made whisky. Related to bourbon and rye whiskey, but different. Have a drink out of the box!
Another edition of the well-known blended Islay malt whisky Big Peat. For a reasonable price, this 12 year old dram brings you a nice bouquet of Islay smokiness. Caol Ila, Bowmore, Ardbeg and even Port Ellen can be found here together! Bottled at 46%.
Big Peat at its best, this Black Edition. The smoky Islay single malt whiskies in this blended malt are at least 27 years old, making the smoke more subtle and giving more room to the other aromas and flavors. A bottle to make friends with. At 48,3%.
Specially bottled for the Feis Isle festival 2020. That was canceled. This Big Peat again is a blend of Islay single malt whiskies: Caol Ila, Bowmore, Ardbeg and, yes, Port Ellen. For those who like it smoky! It is 8 years old and bottled at 46%.
[SMALL BOTTLE] A Big Peat blended malt whisky in a small bottle, but with everything in it what has to be in it: Ardbeg, Bowmore, Caol Ila and Port Ellen single malts. A nice gift for someone who likes smoky whisky.
As bottler Douglas Laing himself points out, Big Peat blended malt whisky is a marriage of sweet Caol Ila notes, the maritime character of Bowmore, the earthy, gristy quality of Ardbeg and the leathery elegance of Port Ellen. This is batch 98 again! (46%)
Big Peat can now be called, in all its variations, a classic blended malt whisky. And this The Orange Edition, Batch 99, is clearly another. Do you like smoky Islay whiskies (Caol Ila, Bowmore, Ardbeg and Port Ellen!). then you cannot leave this one! (50%
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