- Benromach Hermitage Finish
Bottled September 2010. Distilled 2001 initially sherry and bourbon cask matured - this Benromach has spend a further 22 months maturing in casks used to produce wine from the Hermitage Appellation d’Origine Controlee, in the northern Rhone wine region of France.
Limited edition release of 1,800 bottles.
Nose: Initially a subtle smokiness with sweet cured bacon influences. A fruity note of ripe red berries and citrus elements emerge. A creamy toffee element lingers.
Palate: Citrus notes are initially evident – lemon and limes. A subtle hint of peat smoke, with a warming spice – ground black pepper. A pleasant smooth and creamy element lingers.
Benromach Single Malt Whisky
Benromach Distillery was designed by Charles C. Diog and constructed at Forres in the Speyside whisky region for D. McCallum and F.W. Burickman in 1898. Following numerus periods of closure, it was purchased in 1993 by < b>Gordon & MacPhail who charged up its single pair of stills in 1998 and have nurtured Benromach ever since. Striking new labelling combined with an increasing range of single malts is forging a very popular brand of single malt whiskies which includes Benromach Organic, Benromach Peatsmoke and Benromach 10 Year Old.