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A blended whisky named for the Ben Aigen hill in Moray, at the heart of whisky country. It sits to the east of the River Spey at 471 metres.
The nose is light and smooth. There are some gentle smoke notes, a touch of caramel and a cereal sweetness. A little dryness develops. The palate is of medium-body with reasonable balance. There are notes of honey and oak, a little smoke and very subdued spice. The finish is of reasonable length with a little pepper and barley sweetness.
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a nice enough, well priced blended whisky. Not peaty or smoky, which is how I like 'em. strange, however, that it doesn't come up on Gordon and Macphail's own website. perhaps they're not the distillers—as the details on this site would have us believe—but simply the bottlers and distributors. from what I can gleam on the web, Gordon and Macphail buy whiskies from small distillers all over Scotland and put their own blends together. If this is so, it's not a bad whisky for the money. My wine shop here in Spain sells it for 17 euros a bottle, at least to an old regular like me...
17th December 2012