Colour Polished Bronze. Nose Butterscotch and honey playing the lead, with raisins and mocha in the background. Taste Honey, marzipan and bananas, with lashings of butterscotch, raisins and a delicate hint of mocha.
Pronounced ‘Ben Doo’ And Meaning Black Mountain After The Success Of Cu Dhub, The Black Whisky Made At Speyside For Danish Bottler Mac Y, The Distillery Has Decided To Launch Its Own Version. Beinn Dubh Translates As ‘Black Mountain’.
Nose – Caramel, Toasty, Soy, Walnut And Burnt Raisins. Palate – Cold Coffee With Dark Brown Sugar, Vanilla And Dried Fruit. Finish – Toffee And Chocolate Malt.
A Peaty Distillation From One Of Islay’s Finest Distilleries. Rich In The Aromas Of The Peat Smoke Which Dried The Barley And Of The Scottish Sea Shore Where It Matured. Finlaggan “The Secret Islay” – Share The Secret.
Nose – Earthy Smoky Peat And Salty Ocean Breeze. Palate – Pungent Peat Smoke, Chewy Sweet Malt, Pepper, Tar And A Touch Of Iodine. Finish – Long And Warming. Smoky Ashes Of The Peat Fire.
Located In The ‘Heart Of Speyside’, In The North-East Region Of Morayshire, BenRiach Displays All The Traditional Charm Of A Speyside Distillery. Built By John Duff In 1898, BenRiach Draws Its Water From The Burnside Springs Located Underground, Deep Below The Distillery.
The Entry Level BenRiach Bottling With No Age Statement, Named For The Distillery’s Location In Elgin In Moray At The Heart Of Speyside. A Fresh, Youthful Whisky With A Distinct Countryside Note.
Nose – Fresh Heather, Fruit, Honey, Nuts And Oak Wood. Palate – Rounded Smoothness, Marmalade And Gentle Smoke. Finish – Peppery Oak Develops.
The BenRiach Heart Of Speyside Is The Perfect Introduction To The Classic Speyside Range.