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The Speyside includes the catchment area of the River Spey with its tributaries. It is not the largest whisky region in terms of area, but with its 50 or so active distilleries, Speyside produces around 50% of all Scotch whisky. For that reason, the Speyside is formally regarded as a separate whiskyregio, although it is in the Highlands. A general characteristic of Speyside whisky could be: not smoky, fruity, flowers.

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Balvenie 12-year-old - Single Barrel 4568

This is a 12-year-old Balvenie single malt whisky from the Single Barrel series. The whiskies from this series have matured in first-fill bourbon casks, so in casks that have been used one time before: for maturing bourbon. The whisky is bottled at 47,8%.

Balvenie 12-year-old Doublewood

A new release of the 12-year-old Balvenie single malt whisky in the Double Wood series. Double Wood, that's what it says: first matured in bourbon vas's and then finished in sherry casks. This 12-year-old malt combines the best of both worlds! At 40%.

Balvenie 14-year-old Caribbean Cask

In 1973, The Balvenie Distillery in Speyside began bottling their single malt whisky. And now, about fifty years later, the brand is in the top 10 of best-selling single malts. This Caribbean is a 14-year-old Balvenie finished on rum casks. At 43%.

Banff 1974 Samaroli

To celebrate its 35th anniversary, the Italian quality bottler Samaroli released this almost 30-year-old, sherry-matured Banff single malt whisky in 2003. Banff whisky is already a collector's item, but this Samaroli edition is extra special! (45% ABV)

BenRiach 10-year-old The Original 10

BenRiach has released a new core bottling: The Original Ten. This 10-year-old single malt whisky aged in 3 different casks, which mainly yields fruity notes (apple, pear, nectarine), but also vanilla, honey, sweet malt and a hint of smoke. Bottled at 43%.

BenRiach 10-year-old The Smoky Ten

A new smoky single malt whisky from the BenRiach Distillery. This The Smoky Ten matured for 10 years (naturally) in three types of casks: bourbon, rum and new oak. In addition to smoke, this malt also contains notes of summer-ripe fruit, pear and honey.

BenRiach 10-year-old Triple Distilled

BenRiach is not afraid to experiment. Their normal distilling process is in two runs, as with most other Scottish whiskymakers, but this edition is triple-distilled. This produces a lighter, milder single malt whisky. Matured in bourbon and sherry casks.

BenRiach 12-year-old - The Twelve

Speyside distillery BenRiach is releasing several 12 year old single malt whiskies in its new series The Twelve. We had a smoky variant in the shop before, now this BenRiach matured in 3 different types of cask: sherry, bourbon and port. Bottled at 46%.

BenRiach 12-year-old The Smoky Twelve

The bottlings of the BenRiach Distillery have newly designed labels with clear information about the single malt whisky. For example, the label of this The Smoky Twelve not only learns that it is quite smoky, but also that it aged in 3 types of cask. (46%

BenRiach 1977 - Cask 9119 - Bottled for Asta Morris

In 2011 and 2012, the BenRiach distillery bottled a number of special casks of its single malt whisky especially for the Belgian Asta Morris. This edition, the 1977, matured for 33 years in a refill bourbon cask and was bottled at 45.7% cask strength.

BenRiach 1991 Berry Bros & Rudd

Berry Bros & Rudd managed to get hold of a cask of BenRiach single malt whisky from well before the brand's resurrection in 2004. The cask, a bourbon hogshead, yielded 254 bottles of an approximately 32-year-old, 48.3% strong BenRiach. Quite special!

BenRiach 1997 The Whisky Blues

The Whisky Blues from Taiwan scores high with its releases. The fact that their labels are also appreciated is a bonus. This BenRiach single malt whisky fits nicely into the collection: it aged for 26 years in a bourbon cask and is bottled at a high 61.2%

BenRiach 2008 Berry Bros & Rudd

After a century of ownership changes and closures, the history of BenRiach only really started in 2004, with experimental lines such as Curiositas and Authenticus. However, this is a 'regular' BenRiach single malt: 13 years old, sherry-aged, and at 56.2%.

BenRiach 2010 Berry Bros & Rudd

An excellent whisky to enjoy with dessert, for example. This single malt whisky from Speyside Distillery BenRiach, bottled by Berry Bros & Rudd, matured in a PX cask for the last two years of its approximately 13 years of maturation. Bottled at 61.1%.

BenRiach 2013 Brachadair

'Belgian roots… but Gaelic at heart', is how bottler Brachadair sees itself. And this is a bottling of a single malt whisky from the definitely Gaelic and innovative BenRiach Distillery. The malt is 6 years old and is finished on a small sherry cask. 58.2

BenRiach Malting Season - First Edition

This is the first edition of the new Malting Season series from Speyside Distillery BenRiach. This single malt whisky is produced in the traditional way, also using the historic malt floor. It matured in bourbon and virgin oak casks. Bottled at 47,8%.

BenRiach Peated Cask Strength - Batch 1

In 2016 Speyside Distillery BenRiach released the first batch in their Peated Cask Strength series. So, peated in contrast to their usual single malt whisky. And at cask strength (here 56%). The malt matured in small (quarter) and Oloroso sherry casks.

Benrinnes 09-year-old James Eadie

A Small Batch bottling from James Eadie of a 9-year-old Benrinnes single malt whisky. The whisky matured in bourbon casks and was bottled at 46%. A fruity nose with grapes and apple, and then notes of vanilla, pastry and orchard fruit. For a nice price.

Benrinnes 1996 Signatory Vintage - Casks 11695+11701

The selectors at Signatory Vintage have proven to have a good nose for casks. This will be no different with this single malt whisky from Speyside distillery Benrinnes. In those casks, two bourbon hogsheads, the malt matured for 25 years. (56.9%)

Benrinnes 2000 Maltbarn

Almost all bottles of Benrinnes single malt whisky come from independent bottlers. In 2023 the well-known German bottler Maltbarn released a Benrinnes bottling. The whisky matured for 23 long years in a bourbon cask, from which 127 bottles came at 51.8%.

Benrinnes 2010 Berry Bros & Rudd

This single malt whisky from the Benrinnes Distillery was bottled by Berry Bros & Rudd after 13 years of maturation in bourbon casks. An intensely fruity bottling with notes of mangoes, pineapple, and guava, but also sweet treacle and apple strudel. (46%)

Benromach 10-year-old

A Benromach bottling in an in 2020 updated design. This is the standard 10 year old single malt whisky from this small Speyside distillery. A malt with a subtle hint of smoke, notes of forest fruits and creamy malt and sherry influences. Bottled at 43%.

Benromach 15-year-old

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 2012 Contrasts: Air Dried Oak

In the Contrasts series, Benromach has released two bottlings of their virgin oak matured single malt whisky. This bottling matured for 10 years in air-dried virgin oak casks: vanilla fudge, citrus blossom, oak, peppermint, and subtle smoke (46%).

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