|Speyside, Sweet, PX Cask Finish, Spice, Fruity
|Where's it from?
|A splash of water to open up the aromas and flavours.
This 2010 single malt Scotch whisky by Berry Bros. & Rudd Benriach has been aged in an ex-Pedro Ximenez butt cask for two years, bringing a vibrant and spicy aroma with aromas of gingerbread, clove, and liquorice. A touch of water releases notes of juicy pear and mango. The palate is full-bodied and features pepper, plum wine, ginger, and oak, making it the perfect dram to enjoy at the end of a meal.
Limited Edition release of 668 bottles from a Single Cask.
About the Producers
A Speyside single malt Scotch whisky as intriguing and extraordinary as Benriach could not have come to be without a unique whisky making heritage, dating from 1898, when founder John Duff built his distillery.
Ruggedly beautiful, Benriach stands on the site of the old Riach farm in north Speyside, drawing water from a mineral-rich aquifer, deep beneath the distillery. Thanks to a long-standing tradition of distilling three styles of whisky; classic unpeated, Highland peated and triple distilled, together with an eclectic selection of casks from around the world, the whisky makers are able to explore the full flavour possibilities of single malt, creating some of the richest, most multi-layered whiskies in Speyside.
This tradition continues today, under the guidance of Master Blender, Dr Rachel Barrie. Benriach is the story of a hidden Speyside gem; quietly revealing its treasures to be discovered and savoured.
Founded in 1698, Berry Bros. & Rudd is Britain’s oldest wine and spirits merchant. Family-owned and run, the company still trades from No.3 St James’s Street, though with offices in Hong Kong, Singapore and Tokyo too. With longstanding relationships with their portfolio of producers, Berry Bros. & Rudd helps collectors of fine wines and spirits build, manage and enjoy their cellars.
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