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Benromach 15 Year Old

(70cl, 43%)

Benromach 15 Year Old

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Benromach 15YO Bottling Note

A 2015 release to the brilliant Benromach range. The Benromach 15 Year Old is matured in a selection of bourbon and Sherry casks, resulting in an intense but balanced flavour profile. There's big spices (think ginger, mint and a little sprinkle of cinnamon), there's juicy fruit (plum and clementine), there's a touch of smoky charred oak - all well placed and in harmony with each other. Yummers.

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Benromach 15 Year Old Reviews

Warm spice with stone fruit and honey notes

Spicy. Stone fruits. Honey. Slightly Peary but not overpowering. A truly delicious dram that will only get smoother with time.

25th October 2020


Beautiful citrus and floral nose with a fantastic complex honeyed flavour that develops the longer you hold the whisky on the tongue. Long and satisfying finish with a pleasant taste of oak that sticks around for hours.

13th October 2020

Insensibly melting

A gooey, everlasting, slightly underbaked (in the best possible way) orange shortbread of a whisky that's also been gently kissed with black pepper and vanilla. Just lovely.

23rd August 2020

One of my top favourites!

This was a fantastic surprise as never tried any Benromach before. The smell and flavour is very rich, with smoked plum and dried fruits aromas. A nicely balanced sweetness and smokey notes. So much happening in the nose and on tongue, that I can put it even above the Balvenie.

23rd March 2020

Not worth the money

Far too oaky. My wife asked for an un paled Speyside malt and was given this. Had to tell her it was a great present but frankly compared to other 15 yr malts it’s rubbish unless you like something very strong and more Talsker like!!

5th January 2020

Such a delightfully complex whisky

I refuse to belive this is a 15 year old. Its such a complex whisky with so much going on and it takes a dram or two to know what is going on. The nose is fanatic, with green apples and much more going on, but once you try it, its a complete suprise that is different from the nose. But the best bit is the finish that is long, dry and just sticks with you that you cant help but keep drinking. Must try.

30th March 2019

A Slice of Leathery Funk

Fans of the style will enjoy this. Complex with spice, fruits, herbs and a touch of well integrated peat smoke. The leather 'funky' notes do sing loudly but that's what makes this one really stand out. Great value.

5th February 2018

It's very nice.

A bit leathery, but overall very nice.

4th December 2017

Has it all!

Love this. Sweet to spice to smoke. Wonderful.

28th July 2017

Expected BIG, got OK.

Who ever wrote the tasting notes for the product page should go back to school. Ginger and Mint? No, maybe muted and muddied sherry with a flat finish. The balance is off on this whisky and the "big spices" and "touch of Smoke"... well, ok, if you mean canned fruit cake and cheap cigars. I WANTED to love this bottle. I was super excited when it arrived, but next to even the 12 year old from Glendronach, this pales in comparison.

4th July 2017

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