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A 12 year old from the BenRiach distillery, this Speyside single malt was finished in casks used prior to mature Pedro Ximenez sherry. This is a heavily peated BenRiach, a limited release of 3,180 bottles.
Nose: Lots of firm peat. Malty, slightly smoky.
Palate: Soft. Supple pine with notes of Americano coffee, malty peat whirling throughout. Vanilla.
Finish: Dry, cereal notes, barley.
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This makes me sad. I have finished the last bottle, and can't seem to buy it anywhere. Great quality to price ratio on this one. Lagavulin destroyer. I loved this dram.
3rd April 2016
Terrible name, terrible bottle, but what's inside is amazing! For us phenol lovers, It's all you want in life, balance!!! The combination of the heavily peated barley, speyside creamy goodness and the wonders of a PX sherry finish have melded together so well and offer you an exclusive ( less than 3200 bottles) and value-for-money juicy, dry, malted goodness that breathes peated smoke and drinks sherried wine! Buy one, great stuff!Bruce Dorfling
16th March 2016
Incredible dram, shame to BW not continuing.. Keep the last bottle for my son - for me this stuff is a legend already
24th February 2016
I have been drinking this whiskey for two zears and am on mz third bottle. totally consistant, top quality, beatiful nose px cask influence shines through,slight cream of the Harveys kind,peat reek always there, lovely. Palate, peat, orange, strong citrus, sharp at first, smoothes over a bit with water, cream liquorice, honey, true sherry notes right to the end . 92/100.
1st December 2014
Completely agree with Salmon man below. I am a Talisker fan and asked at my local for something peaty that wasn't Talisker. This is what I ended up with.It is similar to the T 10. And its really good. I've never heard of these guys before today, but with a bottle of this to share amongst the kin I am sure they will enjoy it. I can happily recommend it.
26th October 2014
The closest taste I have to this is Talisker, but this as far from Talisker as Apocalypse is from mutants
20th July 2014
It can easily play in the same league as Ardbeg, Laphroaig and other Islay malts do... just you pay less. Incredible value for money, this is a top-notch smoky dram.
4th April 2014
i´m not really in to sherry, but this mix with peat was suprisingly good
21st January 2014
I would love to give this one star to ensure that there is more available when I come back but..... , share the love, this is a great dram. If this came out of a distillery that was 'known' you would be paying more. My favourite sherry/peat mix(second bottle).Only reason I dont give it a 10 is because the depth is lacking slightly, but to be fair its a 12yr at just over £30, I am going to change my rating to 10.
21st December 2013
I'm not a sherry/peat man but this was a synchronised and pleasant marriage of the two. I would not hesitate for a second purchasing this.
10th June 2013
didn't have the highest hopes for this one, but WOW was i wrong!! it blew my mind.. for that age and price it's a killer! BUY! /Micke Andersson, Sweden
19th April 2013
Great whisky, could really play in a higher league. Has moments close in sensation to these of Ardbeg Uigedal. An achievement!!!
15th April 2013
This is the one of all the whiskys you can talk about absolute world class for a fair price. /Andreas Ödén Gävle, Sweden
17th January 2010