Country Scotch Whisky
Distillery/Brand Ben Nevis
Style Single Malt Whisky

Ben Nevis 10 Year Old

This 10 year old Ben Nevis single malt exudes some beautiful coffee, chocolate and toffeed peat notes, a firm representative of the Western Highland style.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose Fresh and quite dry. A supple greenness with soft leafy notes with a rich fruitiness. Hints of orange and Seville marmalade with a light vinous character and nutty undertones.

Palate Gentle dryness. Toffee. Looming omnipresent are solid peat notes with a bitter sweetness.

Finish Silken, toffee and caramel notes balanced with a touch of mochaccino and dark chocolate on the tail.

Allergy information

This product does not contain any notifiable allergens
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Reviews for Ben Nevis 10 Year Old
Nice
Very good nice taste floats in the mouth very smooth & soft
Malcolm E , United Kingdom
2 years ago
Whisky that drinks like Wine!
"Excellent old school"- a previous reviewer gave very sage advice. (Please refer to the comment). This 'Dew' of Ben Nevis is actually better than 9/10ths of all whisky in the world particularly in the quality of the smoothness and drinkability. At 46% most need water to be consumable with any sort of 'gusto' - not so here. You will not get this calibre of spirit at any price or age without spending mega in the future. You have been warned!
EDGAR , Australia
3 years ago
Excellent whisky, parfums typique des Highlands
Peat, caramel and light bitterness full of sweetness
Thomas François , Belgium
3 years ago
Delicious tipple
Absolutely lovely dram after the bottle has been opened for a day or two. I wasn't sure about it when i first opened the bottle but it is quickly becoming one of my favourites, really nice stuff!. Pretty expensive for a 10 year old whisky but it is a beauty.
Master of Malt Customer
3 years ago
Unique and amazing
A whisky, like Springbank, that separates itself from the rest. Wonderful winterdram!
Master of Malt Customer
4 years ago
Foul....
Shouldn't be allowed to call itself anything but paint-stripper
Master of Malt Customer
4 years ago
FAREWELL MY LOVELY...
This is EXCEPTIONAL Scotch, and CURRENTLY at a reasonable price... if you can dang get it!!! My advice to any Whisky lover is, IT WON'T LAST in this iteration and will be subsequently marketed as a premium foreign product... mark my words.
EDGAR , Australia
4 years ago
New Price?
£50? That's quite a hike from £30 . . .
Master of Malt Customer
4 years ago
Unique,splendid bottle, and wonderful contents!!!
Tried a number of bottles over the last five years and was very disappointed. The Whisky was dark in colour (Caramel)? and had a pungent aroma and displeasing taste to it. Fast forward to today, and the fluid and bottle/cork appear to have 'morphed' into something that probably resembles what the originators intended it to be... damn fine Scotch! The particular distillation and subsequent maturation of the article that I am appraising, is totally leaps and bounds ahead of the more recent offerings. It appears to be of a natural hue and un-chill filtered due to the tint and viscosity. I take this opportunity to commend the Management for the wisdom to return this article to its former glory.
EDGAR , Australia
5 years ago
Must have
I Didn't have high expectations it being just 10 years of age and sold at meet 30GBP. However I was wrong. It was definitely the best whisky at this price I have had a chance to try. Pleasent sweet notes. hints of vanilla and caramel. It just lingers in your month. Perfect desert whisky! Must have !!
Ben , United Kingdom
5 years ago