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A fabulous 25 year old BenRiach and peated too, which is unusual for a Speyside malt. This is the next step up after the lovely 21 year old Authenticus, offering up more complexity and power as well as oodles of smoke.
Nose: Tropical and fruit-filled with notes of tangy peat, pineapple, verbena, oily smoke and malt.
Palate: Very fruity and rich, with an explosion of peat smoke and dried herbs, a hint of fresh Provence Basil, a little pepper, cedar wood, honey and blossom.
Finish: Good length; fruity and rounded.
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I've been looking for this whisky for some years now. Finally hunted one down and oh boy what a treat. Speyside peated whiskies always bring something very special to the table. Not the peat fist of Islay, rather a peat glove. And straight bourbon aged Benriach always a treat.
24th March 2017
I've heard some people complain about peated Speysiders. I don't understand why. First, if you don't like a certain style of whisky, then the decent thing to do is to avoid bad mouthing it. I love just about ALL styles of whisky, and this 25yo is as close to heaven as you'll get. I recently took the plunge and picked one up on an auction site. HIGHLY recommended you do the same when you get the opportunity. This is sheer whisky heaven!!
4th March 2017
Great sweet smoke and awesome spice, both on the nose and palate. Excellent stuff.
3rd March 2017
Amazing whisky. Full and rich. Perfect.
6th December 2016
I love most things BenRiach apart from when they decide to go down the peated root because I can't belive in most instances or understand for that matter why on earth you would want to peat a beutaful Delacate SPAYSIDE whisky where peat should never be even contemplated to be used in. That should be left to the more northerly distilleries where they specialise in peat monsters because I can't stand the stuff unless it's in my gardens soil which is where it's natural home is of cause, and is where it should be left, to fertilise my flowers and NOT my whisky!.
5th April 2016
Excellent flavour, backbone and texture. I'm new to drinking whisky and was lucky enough to get the chance to sample it. Would recommend this for any special occasion as its pretty epic stuff!!
28th November 2014
Ralfy gave this 92!!
8th May 2013