#TASTING #SCOTCH: Arran I 19 year old (1996) | Old Malt Cask | 50% Distilled in September 1996 and bottled September 2015 by Hunter Laing for their Old Malt Cask range. Definite notes of rhubarb ranging from bitter fruit to sweeter strained juices which are tempered by a little, enough, sulphur. On the palate its hard boiled rhubarb and custard sweets which linger into a long finish on the tongue. #whisky #whiskey #singlemalt #scotch #arranwhisky #oldmaltcask #whiskysample #island #scotland https://www.thewhiskybarrel.com/arran-19-year-old-1996-old-malt-cask-whiskey-scotland #WhetYourWhiskyWhistleWednesday: Bunnahabhain 8yr (2007) Hepburn's Choice @hlaingwhisky https://t.co/4VO4i0HXJh https://t.co/EkGOXKjiMo

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Stronachie 10 Year Old Whiskey

Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky

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Stronachie 10 Year Old Speyside single malt Scotch whiskey distilled at Benrinnes Distillery. A tribute to the original Stronachie distillery which ceased production in the early 1920s.

Nose: Soft honey, earthy heather and malty sweetness.

Palate: Smooth with luscious honey and biscuits, then lingering pepper and cereal notes.

Finish: A perfectly balanced and seductive dram.

Benrinnes

Benrinnes Distillery was established by Peter Mackenzie in 1826 on the north-west shoulder of Ben Rinns Mountain and until the advent of modern road transport systems Benrinnes Distillery was rather isolated.  Only a small percentage of Benrinnes malt whisky is released as Benrinnes single malt including Benrinnes Flora & Fauna. Since 1956 distillation at Benrinnes followed an unusual and complex partial triple distillation process but this was replaced by double distillation around 2010.  Benrinnes Distillery is one of the few Scottish distilleries continuing to cool its spirit in traditional worm tubs and is a participant in the Spirit of Speyside Whisky Festival.

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