Benriach Curiositas 10 Year Old
Peated

70cl / 40%
  • Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky
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Benriach Curiositas 10 Year Old / Peated
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Curiositas is the hugely popular 10 year-old peated malt from the recently-revitalised Benriach distillery. One of the few overtly peated Speyside malts, and definitely one to try for phenol fans.

Bottler
Distillery Bottling
Age
10 Year Old
Country
Scotland
Region
Speyside

Benriach Curiositas 10 Year Old Reviews

10 Customer Reviews

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  • 5
    6 June

    After a night of whiskey tasting between Tomatin 10 yo, tomintoul 10 yo& machrie moor this peaty, but mellow yo wins hands down. peaty but not over powering... Deserves a place in my drinks cabinet!

  • 5
    13 March

    Very nice

  • 10 April 2013

    Tried this last night At At a Benriach tasting and was pleasantly surprised. Not by a "peaty Speysider" because they've been around awhile, but by the overall balance, roundness, drinkability, and the "size" Of It for a mere 40%! That said, I would love To try it at 46 or even 50%.

  • 28 August 2010

    hii think this is absolutly fantastic, gentle but very peaty not salty like islay whisky. this is my favorite whisky

  • 16 May 2010

    Packs a punch but not so much on the peaty side. Strong cereal flavours with a hint of marshmallow vanilla (luckycharms?) Agree with the beeswax. Unique but a bit too sharp and unbalanced for my Islay palate.

  • 28 January 2010

    To me it is a masterpiece with a smoke of white choclate flavour !!!

  • 19 October 2009

    Got a bottle of this after the praise it received from Mr. Murray and was quite let down by it. A rather thin, watery and one-dimensional malt, nothing much going on here except peat and leather. In a way reminds me of an Islay malt gone bad after too much oxidization.

  • 13 October 2009

    If you like the Islay-peated malt,s than give this a try. Peat it is, but not from the sea-shore, but from a forest. Very fine malt, one negative: not too long finish.

  • 31 August 2009

    This is a peated malt. My wife could not stand it (so it is not a girly dram).The palate is very interesting with acacia honey and a note of beeswax. Some fruity notes too. The palate really balances the peaty nose.For me it is 90/100.

  • 9 November 2008

    A gentle hint of TCP ! My love of peated whisky frowned upon by my good friend John - however he bought this for my 45th birthday. It's truely caught my attention , I now need to go through the years !More to come me thinks !