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Benromach 1971 - Connoisseurs Chioce (Gordon and MacPhail)

(70cl, 40%)

Benromach 1971 - Connoisseurs Chioce (Gordon and MacPhail)

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Benromach 1971 Bottling Note

A fairly rare bottling of Benromach from Gordon and MacPhail, these older Benromach are very well regarded and are becoming increasingly hard to find.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Brown sugar caramelising on a peat-burning barbecue, fresh ground arabica beans.

Palate: Plenty of malty sweetness, introduced by overripe fruit with honey notes before the peat and barbecued smokiness power through the perfectly-balanced mix.

Finish: Extended and immensely pleasurable, a multifaceted tapestry with caramel and brown sugar interweaving through threads of peat and smoke.

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Benromach 1971 - Connoisseurs Chioce (Gordon and MacPhail) Reviews

Rare Treat

Had the pleasure of tasting this rare treat tonight after a good plate of Angus steak and salad. Pleasantly smooth for my palate which is used to more common bottlings of Laphroiag, Glenmorangie, Lagavulin and Glenlivet.

1st November 2013

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