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Beinn Dubh The Black

(70cl, 43%)

Beinn Dubh The Black

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Beinn Dubh The Black Bottling Note

Beinn Dubh (pronounced 'Ben doo' and meaning Black Mountain) is a thick, incredibly dark whisky produced at the Speyside distillery.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Caramel, toasty, soy, walnut and burnt raisins.

Palate: Almost like cold coffee with dark brown sugar, vanilla and dried fruit.

Finish: Toffee and chocolate malt.

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Beinn Dubh The Black Reviews

It is the very best young whiskey I’ve ever tasted!!!

It is the very best young whiskey I’ve ever tasted!!!
It has a very complex taste, but without loosing its whisky essence.
It should be drunk straight, preferably after cooling the glass by itself.

4th July 2020

Awful. Don't buy.

It's awful. Really awful. Pure caramel, with almost nothing else. Cracked the bottle open with a few friends, none of whom liked it. If I could return it I would.
Did I say it was awful?

29th May 2020

Don't go comparing to others!

Until recently, Beinn Dubh was one of my favourites, then I took it upon myself to have a tasting alongside a Glenfiddich 15 Old Solero; Glenlivet 18; a Glenmorangie 18 and a Hibiki Master's Select (which you can sadly no longer get). I'm afraid to say this paled next to the others. I can't agree with the tasting notes and felt this was quite grassy with a very earthy nose and wasn't as nearly as pleasant as the others to drink. Still nice on its own, just don't go comparing it...

16th May 2020


I bought it when I was on holidays in Aviemore, Scotland. Extraordinary. I'm from Uruguay. Before going to Scotland y didn't like whisky, after Scotland I do. It's a shame I can't buy it here in Uruguay or online. Anyway one of the best I've tasted.

27th October 2019

Very sweet with a nice finish.

Just got a second bottle, I love it probably because it's a port cask and usually the whiskies I prefer have spent some time in them, however my friend rates it less as he prefers Sherry cask whisky.

16th May 2018

Very different and worth trying

This is my favourite of all time. Tastes of chocolate and best drunk when really warm

22nd January 2018

Love it

Christmas cake on the nose and chocolate or perhaps even slight liquorice at the end, it's delightful. Came across this little gem on a trip to Aviemore in 2016. Beautiful part of the world and a lovely drink to match.

4th January 2018

4 stars

Excellent whiskey. Smooth beautiful finish.

19th November 2017


Surely everybody knows that the dark color comes from artificial caramel color E152.

31st August 2017


I expected something very peaty from the colour. I was happily proven wrong.
The flavour reminds me of home made gingerbread.

20th April 2017

Thomas mcallister

One of the best whisky's I have tasted. A present from my Son which I really appreciated and enjoyed immensely.

5th January 2017

Thick like a port, smooth like a fine wine, and dark like nothing else

This is a very thick whisky with a chocolate and toffee taste to it. The color and consistency of it resembles a wonderful tawny port, an then the whisky taste hits your palate. Wonderfully confusing and delightful. I would advise that you only use a small glass, lest you get quite inebriated - it wants you to take another sip, and another, and another..

14th October 2016

S. W.

I agree with Don. Smooth, rich, dark and a hint of chocolate. The darkness of the whisky itself makes it perfect for a stormy, dark night.

8th September 2016

Don Fowler

Rich Smooth Taste with a hint of chocolate the only thing wrong with this is it's too easy
to drink ,it make you want more.

3rd August 2016

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