Benriach is a distillery firmly on the up after an unusual and occasionally difficult past. The distillery was built just a stone's-throw from Longmorn by the latter's owner John Duff in 1898 - just months before the disastrous Pattison crash, which put the entire Scotch whisky industry in peril. Many distilleries owed money by the Glasgow ble ... Read More »
A 1976 vintage Benriach from independent bottlers Signatory. Fully-matured sherries whiskies are relatively rare from this distillery, especially such long-aged a example. Matured for 28 years in butt 9442, it was bottled on April 7 2005.
This whisky was distilled in 1976 and has spent 35 long years aging in an oak butt. This limited release is bottled at cask strength and is said to taste of "Lashings of raisins and sultanas, dancing with spices, pineapples and cedar wood".
A 1978 vintage whisky released by Benriach as part of their 10th batch of single casks. This one has been finished in a Moscatel cask before being bottled in June 2013, for an interesting fruity element.
A bottle of the extremely rare (just 62 bottles were released) Benriach Vestige 1966. “Vestige” has been so named because it represents a moment in time, a small trace of something very special that, once lost, can never be replaced. This is truly a piece of the distillery’s history.
Please note, this is limited to 1 bottle per customer.