This is the first release from Benriach's Malting Season series, which gives light to the distillery's malting floor. For one month each year, the distillery malts its barley by hand on its historic m... Read more
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|Name||Benriach Malting Season (First Edition)|
|Alcohol Content (ABV)||48.7%|
|Country of Origin||Scotland|
|Created On CasKompare||04-16-2022|
This is the first release from Benriach's Malting Season series, which gives light to the distillery's malting floor. For one month each year, the distillery malts its barley by hand on its historic malting floor, and its that barley that has gone on to be used for this very expression. Distilled in November 2012, it was aged in a combination of bourbon and virgin oak casks, and bottled up at 48.7% ABV. A wonderful showcase of traditional whisky production methods.~ Master of Malt
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Benriach, a Speyside single malt Scotch whiskey, has a unique whisky manufacturing history that dates back to 1898 when founder John Duff constructed his distillery. Without this tradition, Benriach would not be the interesting and exceptional whisky that it is today. Benriach is a ruggedly picturesque distillery in north Speyside that draws water from a mineral-rich aquifer deep underneath the distillery. It is located on the site of the former Riach farm. Our whiskey producers are free to explore the full flavor potential of single malt, producing some of the richest, most multi-layered whiskies in Speyside, thanks to a long-standing history of distilling three varieties of whisky: traditional unpeated, Highland peated, and triple distilled. Under the direction of Master Blender Dr. Rachel Barrie, this custom is being practiced today. The tale of Benriach tells of a Speyside jewel that has been kept concealed but is now slowly disclosing its delights for everyone to enjoy.