List of products by brand Benromach
Benromach Distillery was born in 1898, at the hands of a alcoholic merchant, F. W. Brickman, who joined Duncan Mc Callum, then owner of the Glen Nevis Distillery. The history of Benromach, located in Forres, Northern Scotland, is marked by constant changes of ownership and by more or less prolonged closure periods caused by prohibition, the Whiskey crisis, the economic depression of the 1930s and conflicts world. However, since 1993, the company is owned by the independent bottler Gordon & MacPhail, who has had the merit of bringing the distillery to produce Whiskey from excellent quality. Using the best natural ingredients, starting from the water flowing from the sources of the nearby Romach Hills, and respecting the necessary slowness in the execution of each stage of the distillation process, the Benfinach labeled Whisky are all well-balanced and properly smoked and distinguish themselves in achieving the highest degree of perfection.
Single Malt Scotch Whiskey Speyside '15 Years Old' by Benromach is left to mature for 80% in Bourbon barrels and 20% in Sherry barrels. 15 years of aging. The last year it rests in Sherry Oloroso barrels. Tasted pure to the nose, delicious and balanced hints of sherry emerge with vanilla, orange peel and ginger, complemented by delicate notes of chamomile and menthol. When diluted with water, delicate notes of cocoa, nutmeg and cinnamon emerge, leaving room for sweet scents.
Single Malt Scotch Whisky Speyside 'Organic 2012' by Benromach is made from only the finest malt and purest water. It is the first single malt whiskey to be certified organic. The entire production process and the subsequent maturation phase are certified. It ages for at least three years in American oak barrels. Each barrel is filled, weighed and marked manually before being stored for many years in traditional dunnage warehouses. If tasted pure it is perceived the sweet aroma with notes of charred oak and fresh fruit (bananas and pineapple). Smoky tones with a hint of earth. Diluted with water it brings out the sweet with a malt aroma. Intense perfumed notes emerge.