Benromach 15 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky (700ml)

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Benromach 15 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky (700ml)

Speyside, Highlands, SCOTLAND
$160.00 Bottle
  • ABV 43%

One of the newest additions to the ever-expanding range coming from Benromach, Gordon & MacPhail’s own distillery in Forres, Scotland.

Tasting note: Deep gold. Opening notes hint at baklava followed by weetbix, digestif biscuit plus a fruity overlay that suggests tangerine peel and dates. Concentrated, yet beautifully rounded in the mouth; supple malt over a background of woody spices and a juicy flourish of stewed fruits at the finish. Dries with hints of citrus peel and ginger bread enlivening the aftertaste. Fabulous malt - the mouthfeel is a real delight. One of the favourites at our recent tastings. 43% Alc./Vol.

Re-tasted 2016 Deep polished copper penny colour. Peatier than expected and quite sweet: Tea biscuits, then more sponge cake like as the peat retreats in the second pass. Final inspection highlights fresh linen / lanolin-like scents as the peat reasserts itself. Mirrored on the palate with a rich malty delivery overlaid by sweet, sooty peat. Tea biscuit and soft smoke to finish keenly balanced, fresher than the mid palate stage with light citrus and subtle orange cake flavours in the aftertaste. 93 points

Other reviews... A new member of the core range, this has a cinnamon spice nose with wood smoke elements that grow into hickory as it opens. There’s also sandalwood, citrus, and dried fruits. Medium-bodied and juicy, there’s light sherried notes on the tongue, alongside perky acidity, especially with water. The smoke has better integration on the palate, allowing tangerine and sultana to come through. G&M’s aim has always been to make a classic pre-60s Speysider, and that’s achieved here. 85 points
- (Fall 2015) Reviewed by: Dave Broom