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Benromach Peat Smoke Scotch Whisky 2009

Vendor Benromach
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Immerse yourself in the allure of smoky sophistication with Benromach Peat Smoke Scotch Whisky 2009. Crafted by the skilled artisans at Benromach distillery, this exquisite expression offers a journey of rich flavors and aromatic complexity. From its inception in 2009, this whisky has captivated enthusiasts with its distinctive character and bold allure.

Mouthfeel: On the palate, Benromach Peat Smoke 2009 delivers a luxurious and velvety texture, coating the tongue with warmth and richness. The whisky offers a satisfying mouthfeel, with the peat smoke imparting a distinctive depth and intensity to the flavor profile.

Finish: The finish is long and lingering, with the smoky notes gradually fading to reveal hints of oak, spice, and dark chocolate. A subtle warmth lingers on the palate, inviting contemplation and reflection on the complexity of this exceptional whisky.

Craftsmanship: Crafted with meticulous attention to detail, Benromach Peat Smoke 2009 showcases the artistry and expertise of the distillers at Benromach. From the carefully selected barley to the patient aging process, every aspect of this whisky is undertaken with care and precision to ensure a product of unparalleled quality and distinction.

Memorable Moments: Whether enjoyed as a contemplative dram by the fireside or shared with friends to celebrate life's triumphs, Benromach Peat Smoke Scotch Whisky 2009 creates memorable moments that linger long after the last drop has been savored. Experience the allure of smoky sophistication with Benromach Peat Smoke 2009 – a whisky that invites you to savor the moment and indulge in the extraordinary.

ABV

46%

Tasting Notes

Appearance: In the glass, Benromach Peat Smoke Scotch Whisky 2009 presents a rich amber hue, hinting at the depth and complexity within.

Aroma: The nose is greeted by a captivating bouquet of smoldering peat, intertwined with nuances of caramelized sugar, vanilla, and oak. Subtle hints of citrus and brine add depth and complexity, evoking the rugged Scottish landscape.

Palate: On the palate, Benromach Peat Smoke 2009 delivers a bold and robust flavor profile. The peat smoke dominates, enveloping the palate with its intense smokiness, while layers of rich toffee, warm spices, and earthy undertones provide depth and complexity. The whisky offers a satisfying mouthfeel, with a velvety texture that coats the tongue with warmth and richness.

Finish: The finish is long and lingering, with the smoky notes gradually fading to reveal hints of oak, spice, and dark chocolate. A subtle warmth lingers on the palate, inviting contemplation and reflection on the complexity of this exceptional whisky.

Distillery Information

Benromach is a Highland distillery founded by Duncan McCallum and F.W. Brickman in 1898 and is currently owned and run by Gordon and Macphail of Elgin. It is situated near Forres in Morayshire and is fed with spring water from the Chapelton Springs in the...
Benromach distillery was built in 1898 in Forres, near Elgin. In 1993 the distillery was acquired by the Urquhart family keen to revive the lost Speyside style using malted barley to give just a whisper of peat smoke.
Benromach's annual output is around 400,000 litres of cask strength whisky.
in 1898, this distillery is located on the edge of the Speyside town of Forres. The name translates from Gaelic as 'hills of Romach', which can be found close to the town and is where the distillery's water comes from.Gordon & MacPhail is a family-owned premium spirits company based in Elgin, Scotland. Owner of Scotch whisky distilleries, Benromach and The Cairn, Gordon & MacPhail is also a Scotch whisky maturation expert, and the owner of Scottish Gin brand, Red Door.
Single malt whisky is whisky from a single distillery made from a mash that uses only one particular malted grain. Unless the whisky is described as single-cask, it contains whisky from many casks, and different years, so the blender can achieve a taste recognisable as typical of the distillery.

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