Aromas of barley, sugar snap peas, scones and dried fruit
Mid pallet bring warm, baked apples with notes of cinnamon
A slight touch of horseradish sensation and a sweet chocolate finish
Aged 7 Years
Cases Available (6/750ML) 46
Bottling Strength 55.0% alc/vol
Cask Type Bourbon
Year Founded 1862
Water Source Scurran Burn & Rowantree Burn
Benrinnes Distillery Fact
The Benrinnes distillery (sometimes spelled as ‘Ben Rinnes’) was constructed near the site of an earlier distillery, which was built near Whitehouse Farm, Banffshire in 1826.
It was perhaps not the most fortunate choice of locations. The first Benrinnes distillery was destroyed by a flood in 1829. Ordinary people might have given up, but not the Scots. Another distillery was constructed nearby around 1835.
The ownership of this new distillery changed several times before John Dewar & Sons acquired Benrinnes in 1922. In 1925 the John Dewar & Sons company merged with DCL (Distillery Company Limited, now part of UDC / Diageo).