BENRIACH

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BENRIACH 10-YEAR-OLD

70cl, 43%

A classic combination combined with Benriach's fruity spirit makes for a great tasting and easy-drinking whisky. Bourbon and sherry casks give this ten-year-old whisky layers of fruit and sweet vanilla, while virgin oak gives an extra kick of spice.

BENRIACH 12-YEAR-OLD THE SMOKY TWELVE

70cl, 46%

Brilliantly peaty 12 year old whisky here from the Benriach Distillery, released as part of its new core range launched in 2020. To create this expression, Dr. Rachel Barrie used a combo of bourbon, sherry and Marsala wine casks, imparting sun-dried fruit and warming festive spice notes to the smoky single malt.

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BENRIACH PEATED QUARTER CASK

70cl, 46%

Peated Benriach, matured in tiny quarter casks! The smaller casks encourage greater interaction between the spirit, the oak and the air allowing the whisky to take on lots of character in a shorter period of time.


This 46% expression, bottled with neither chill filtration nor artificial colouring, is no exception.

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BENRIACH CLASSIC QUARTER CASKS

70cl, 46%

Matured in a combination of first and second fill bourbon casks the whisky is further enriched with contrasting spicy oak notes through an extended maturation in quarter casks.


This process balances the influence of the cask with their signature distillery character. 

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BENRIACH BIRNIE MOSS INTENSELY PEATED

70cl, 48%

A heavily peated whisky from the Benriach distillery. This is at higher than average strength and was distilled from peated malt at 35ppm. The result is at once smoky and very fruity.

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BENRIACH 25-YEAR-OLD

70cl, 46.8%

. The whisky has aged for 25 years in a unique marriage of sherry, bourbon, virgin oak and Madeira wine casks. The result is a complex and well balanced whisky that intertwines perfectly smoke with rich fruits.

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