Benromach was founded in 1898 and today is the smallest working distillery in Speyside, employing just two people to make its whisky - current output is just 200,000 litres per year. The distillery is owned by independent bottlers Gordon & Macphail, who bought it in 1993, ten years after it had been mothballed by previous owners United Dist ... Read More »
A marriage of two casks of whisky distilled at Benromach back in 1969. Matured for 42 years in refill sherry casks it's bottled at 42.6% and is packed full of great sherry flavour.
This is limited to one bottle per customer
Very few malts can stand anything like as much ageing as this Benromach has managed. Which makes it all the more amazing that the whisky inside the bottle can still seem so fresh. Of course, over fifty-five years, the angels get to take more than their fair share - only eighty-three bottles were yielded from the cask. MAXIMUM ONE PER CUSTOMER