Benromach Peat Smoke 2000 (bottled 2007) Old Style Batch 1 (70cl, 46%)

Benromach Peat Smoke 2000 2007Benromach Peat Smoke 2000 2007

Benromach Peat Smoke 2000 (bottled 2007) Old Style Batch 1 (70cl, 46%)

An older expression of the Benromach Peat smoke. Benromach make their whisky in their own traditional way and this is a throw back to how Speyside malts would have all had an element of peat in their make-up in times gone by.

This is the Old Style Batch 1 2007 bottling of the Benromach Peat Smoke. This Speyside whisky has been peated to 55ppm and was a great alternative to the coastal peaty whiskies made in the Islands.

Benromach distillery in Speyside was built at the end of the 19th century, and spent much of the next providing malt for the blends of its owners, who included Macdonald Greenlees, Joseph Hobbs and latterly, DCL (now Diageo), who were the first to produce a distillery bottling of its single malt as part of the Rare Malts Selection. DCL closed the distillery in 1983, selling it to current proprietors, Gordon & MacPhail, ten years later. They then had to spend the next five rebuilding it from scratch, as little remained other than the shell of the buildings. It has since become a well-regarded and widely distributed single malt

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