What's in a name? Benromach Traditional whisky is called whisky because it's produced in Scotland. Were it from America it would be spelled Benromach Traditional whiskey, rather than whisky.
Nose: Pine oils, fresh. Sweetness, nutty, smoky. Stem ginger, bog myrtle, acacia honey.
Palate: Floral, grassy. Heather and hedgerow berries. Buttery, spicy.
Finish: Quite sweet, tannic. Citrus notes, a tad more stem ginger, zesty.
Really enjoyed this one, will be ordering another soon. Excellent value for money.
24th July 2012
Great Balance Of Sherry and Peat, sometimes you look at a bottle that seem just too cheap, make you wonder if the quality will be there. But this one was way better than expected!
1st November 2013