Benrinnes Scotch whisky distillery takes its name from the high mountain peak of Ben Rinnes and takes its water from the Rowantree and Scurran burns.
Destroyed by a flood in 1829 and ravaged by fire in 1896 the distillery was completely rebuilt in 1956.
Benrinnes partly triple distils its whisky using lightly peated malt.
Benrinnes Whisky Tasting Notes
Nose : Sherry, spice, hint of peat smoke.
Palate : Full bodied, big sherry influence and a smoky edge, dried fruit,
nutty toffee and vanilla fudge.
Finish : Sweet smoky finish.
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