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Benrinnes 15 Year Old - Flora and Fauna

(70cl, 43%)

Benrinnes 15 Year Old - Flora and Fauna
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BenRinnes 15 Bottling Note

A 'partially' triple-distilled Speysider, this single malt from the Benrinnes distillery was bottled at 15 years for the Flora and Fauna series.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Slightly doughy. Toffee chip biscuits. Floral.

Palate: Rounded, good sweetness. A whiff of peat.

Finish: Barley, biscuity, slightly drying.

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Benrinnes 15 Year Old - Flora and Fauna Reviews

Master of Malt Customer
2nd January 2023
Got as a gift. My standard is 15 year old glenfidich. Also, love glendronach 15 and Glenmorangie 12. This was a step above most of these. Maybe not as sweet tasting as Glenfidich but still lovely. It’s definitely ‘fire water’ and I’ll be buying again.
Frank , United Kingdom
6th November 2022
Very good, especially at this price, a good introduction to speyside malts easy to drink yet still a meaty dram
A very nice whiskey here, if you can’t stretch to a Motlach, then this is a good substitute
David C, United Kingdom
23rd April 2022
How much? Quality..
I cant bestow enough virtues in this mischievious dram. It lies quietly in my local whisky shop...... no spectacular head lights... A price that for me suggests not a dram with 15 years care and love...but my my.... it has palate...smoothness..... a nice nose and aome lingering undertones of sweetness with a little hint of smoke. A dram that sits well at numerous levels. A favourite thats punches quietly and smoothly with a knowing nod....way above its price.
Johannes S, United Kingdom
19th May 2021
A great, complex and very balanced Speysider. Love it
N.: Dried fruit (dates, figs) almond, marzipan, ripe brambles, later resin, conifers and soil. Evokes images of a sunny summer afternoon in the forest.
P.: In the beginning dry and oakey, but soon honey and cookie dough, bitter chocolate and Brazil nuts. Very full and harmonic mouth feel.
F.: Long, round and moreish.
S, United Kingdom
8th July 2020
An excellent purchase 👍👌
I found it very very pleasant whiskey.
A nice vanilla finish is more what I detected.
John T, United Kingdom
14th June 2020
I love a malt with a toffee edge to it.
One of my favourite malts.
Master of Malt Customer
24th April 2020
Very good
Nose is nicely complex. Toffee/caramel and herby.
Taste is wonderful, not too sweet and not too dry. Good depth. Some of the caramel, but subtle.
Quite a long finish which ends dry.

Very good at the price.
Master of Malt Customer
28th May 2018
Just like honey on toast. Brilliant!
Rob, United Kingdom
28th January 2018
Old Fashioned but very good
Recently, I've been enjoying several of Gordon & MacPhail's Connoisseurs Choice whiskies - they are 46%, non-chillfiltred and natural colour. So, this Flora and Fauna 15 yo Benrinnes is a bit of a travel back in time - it's 43%, chillfiltered and had added colour. However, it is, nonetheless, a very fine dram. It has an attractive (if artificial) colour, the nose is heavy with sherry and toffee and the palate quite dry, perfumy and smoky. All in all, a whisky to savour.
PETE B, United Kingdom
30th November 2016
Outstanding .. Not since I tasted Jamesons Gold in 2002 have i enjoyed such a whisky .. Within seconds it chased the chill out of both myself and the young blonde I had the good fortune to share with.

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