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A 15 year old from BenRiach. This Speysider was initially matured in American oak bourbon barrels before a finish in casks from the bodegas of Jerez de la Frontera in Andalucia, Southern Spain, previously used to mature Pedro Ximenez sherry.
Nose: Zesty citrus softened by lush malt and honey nut.
Palate: More citrus notes, this time taking the form of a Seville orange. Light peat, toffee, delicate spice.
Finish: Honey and toffee provide sweetness and little flourishes of orange return as if to say, 'farewell.'
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Extremely smooth for a 15 year old. A lot of sherry to the taste, but not to the degree that it becomes a bad influence provided you like sherry cask. Not very complex, but at the price, it's a great value. /Joakim
10th December 2015
At 46% it needs a drop of water, at the price it's hard to beat this fine malt and I agree with all the positive reviews, also try the Glenfarclas 15 year old, another gem.
15th October 2015
Sherry, sherry and more sherry. Theirs heap loads of it, it is a monster and their is possibly no whisky in their, the only tasting notes are sherry, lemon and honey. The latter two, both possibly coming from the sherry. Nice drink, as a whisky, can taste the spirit.
17th June 2015
25th February 2015
Quite simply one of the best whiskies ever.
24th September 2014
Spot on tasting notes by The Chaps at Master of Malt. $92 in Canada for a 700ml bottle. PX finish is enjoyable. PX and Oloroso finish in the BenRiach 12 is better. Happy to see that BenRiach adds no coloring and that it's non-chill filtered.
21st November 2013