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Benrinnes 15 Year Old 2003 (cask 12760) - Old Particular (Douglas Laing)

(70cl, 48.4%)

Benrinnes 15 Year Old 2003 (cask 12760) - Old Particular (Douglas Laing)

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Benrinnes 15yo #12760 Bottling Note

A sherried Benrinnes, independently bottled by the ever-wonderful Douglas Laing. This whisky was distilled in September 2003 and left to mature in a refill sherry butt for 15 years, before being bottled in September 2018. 359 bottles were produced for the Old Particular range.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Chocolate mousse, raisin, cooked fruit, cedar.

Palate: Five-spice, flamed orange peel, caramelised dates and pecan.

Finish: Soft oak spices and mocha.

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Benrinnes 15 Year Old 2003 (cask 12760) - Old Particular (Douglas Laing) Reviews

Raisiny, Oaked 15Y Speysider

A lovely 15 year old. The 48% ABV gives it a punch. Strong raisin on the nose. The whisky burn has some length, blending in with rich oranges and raisins and a hint of spice, not overbearing. A dose of oak in an overall balanced ending. A notch up from quality 12Y, 40% Speysiders

25th October 2018

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