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Benrinnes 6 Year Old 2009 (bottled 2015) - Hepburn's Choice (Langside)

(70cl, 46%)

Benrinnes 6 Year Old 2009 (bottled 2015) - Hepburn's Choice (Langside)

Benrinnes 6YO 2009 Bottling Note

A Hepburn's Choice bottling of single malt from the Benrinnes distillery, which you can find situated up in the Speyside region. This one is a 6 year old Benrinnes that was distilled in 2009 and bottled in 2015, after a finishing period in a European oak quarter cask. 86 bottles were produced.

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Benrinnes 6 Year Old 2009 (bottled 2015) - Hepburn's Choice (Langside) Reviews

Bold, flavorful, one of the best.

This is one of the finest bottlings of whisky I have ever tasted. It is the prime example that a young scotch can be a really good one. Good nose, exceptional taste, and great aftertaste. It is bold, flavorful, and causes every salivary gland to kick into full steam. With so many whiskies with exquisite noses and zero taste, this bottling shines. I have about 20 open bottles (mostly official), but the Hepburn's Choice Benrinnes 6 QC is the dram I wanted on a summer's evening and one that brought several wine loving friends to whisky. Though I loved sharing this gem with loved ones, the mixed bag is my bottle was popular and the bottling is extinct. Alas I was able to pick up a sample which I will save for a special occasion. I suspect what really makes this go is the quarter cask. As a comparison I find Stronachie 10 (also Benrinnes) boring. I hope Langside as Laphroaig will continue with QCs.

10th January 2018

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