Awards for Benromach 30 Year Old
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Benromach 30 Year Old
This fantastic thirty year old whisky from Speyside's smallest distillery is matured in first and refill sherry casks to create this rich dram which scored 95.5 out of 100 in Jim Murray's Whisky Bible 2013.
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Nose: Rum-soaked raisins leading to roasted stone fruits and delicate spice highlighted with vanilla.
Palate: Rich Christmas cake covered in marzipan and icing with a sprinkling of winter spice on top!
Finish: The finish is long and rewarding with dried fruit and warm spice notes.
Overall: This is a great whisky which gives everything it's age suggests, incredible!
Complex, sweet, and delicate. My wife got this for me when i turned 30. Whenever i drink it i think about the last 30 years... and they have been complex, a little bitter going down but finishes nice and lingers, but that makes the sweet that much sweeter!
18th February 2014
I can see why this has consistently scored high points, it offers pretty much everything in 1 integrated package. My mother-in-law makes a wonderful steamed syrup sponge, if she were able to lightly smoke the vanilla custard then it would smell and taste like this :-)
6th August 2013
@ points question?
This malt maintained its impressive score of 95.5 from 2012 in Jim Murray's new 2013 Whisky Bible (we have now updated the year in the Bottling Note above).
- The Chaps at Master of Malt
13th March 2013
Is the bottle you are selling the actual batch which won 95.5 points or a more recent batch?
8th March 2013
I concur with the Chaps at MOM: this whisky is sweet and smooth but also presents subtle spices and a long-lasting tang. It's now February, cold, and a dram of this is warming my heart as I write. Delicious. Worth the premium.
5th February 2013
This will warm you on a winter's eve. Toasty good. I would not concur that this is a bargain--though it is certainly delectable. For the money, I prefer the Bunnahabhain 25 or the Signatory 32-year Glenglassaugh. But if you can get them **and** get this, then you'll be a happy scotch drinker.