Bonromach distillery was first established in 1898 in the Speyside area of Forres, Scotland. Known for its subtle smoke character, Benromach Single Malt Whisky varies from lightly peated to heavily peated, whilst maintaining the typical light, fruity characteristics of Speyside whiskies. These characteristics make Benromach whisky quite a unique Speyside offering.
Benromach's 15 year old is another delicious expression from Speyside's smallest distillery. This is their second oldest release since re-opening in 1998, it is a rich whisky with notes of creamy vanilla custard, fruitcake and honey, with touches of cocoa and warming spice. A thread of smoke wraps around these flavours and lingers in the finish - a complex and very satisfying dram all round.
700mL | 43%ABV
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