Benromach Whisky Scotch Single Malt - A to Z of Whiskies

Benromach Single Malt Scotch Whisky

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Chapeltown springs near Forres
Gordon & MacPhail
+44 (0)1309 675968
(Call for visiting hours)
Benromach Distillery is the smallest working distillery in Speyside. Whisky has been produced their since 1898. The distillery has suffered many closures and changes in ownership over the years and has lay silent and empty for many years.

But in 1993 the virtually derelict distillery was purchased by the malt whisky specialists, Gordon & MacPhail who extensively refurbished the distillery to bring it back to its former glory. The distillery was officially re-opened in 1998 by HRH The Prince of Wales. Thanks to Gordon & MacPhail the golden spirit of Benromach is once again being produced for the whisky connoisseurs of the world.

In reopening Benromach Distillery, Gordon & MacPhail decided to create a traditional Speyside single malt a style that draws its influence from pre-1960s Speyside whiskies.

Benromach Distillery is located on the outskirts of the ancient market town of Forres. A four star visitor centre is open to the public throughout the year for tours and tastings and the Benromach distillery is a member of the world famous malt whisky trail.

Benromach Tasting Notes

Benromach Traditional was launched in March 2004. It was the first whisky distilled after Benromachs re-opening and was the first whisky distilled by Gordon and MacPhail.

Benromach Traditional.
Colour: Straw yellow.
Nose: Citrus fruits (lemons & limes) with hint of honey and pine resin. Peaty malty notes in the background.
Taste: Smoky with cereal and malt flavours. Dries up with spicy/peppery notes followed by a delicate floral edge.
Finish: Slightly sweet with a hint of smoke and malt.

Benromach 21 Year Old Tokaji Wood Finish.
Colour: Golden brown.
Nose: Sweet, bruised apples, fermented fruits ripe banana and fig rolls.
Taste: Sweet, winey cream sherry, chocolate toffees. Rounded.
Finish: Sweet and fruity.

Benromach 22 Year Old Port Wood Finish.
Colour: Deep amber with tawny hues.
Nose: Sweet fruitcake aromas with malty notes and red berries and brambles. Hints of dark chocolate, with cinnamon notes.
Taste: Sweet with rich, summer fruit aromas - blackberries. Some coffee grinds and burnt fruit also present.
Finish: Drier, slightly tannic.

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Benromach Bottlings

Benromach offer you the following choice of single malts:
  • Benromach Traditional.
  • 21 Year Old Tokaji Wood Finish.
  • 22 Year Old Port Pipes Finish.
  • 25 Year Old Single Malt.
  • 1968 27 Year Old Matured in Port Wood / Dark
  • 1969 35 Year Old Single Malt.
  • 1949 55 Year Old (Very Rare).
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