The Speyside (Strathspey) region stretches from the west of the Spey River near Kingussie to Buckie and back north up to near Forres. There are around 50 producing single malt distilleries together with a few that are now sadly closed. Strathspey is the heart of the Scotch whisky business, producing the vast majority of whisky used in blends and also sold as a single malt, and some of these whiskies are the backbone of Scotland's most famous blends.

There is great diversity of styles in the area, from soft and delicate through to rich and robust, and even some traditional peated whiskies too - this is the region that has it all, and is for many the quintessential example of the Scotch whisky style.

Speyside Region — Benromach

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Benromach 15 years old 43%

Benromach 15 years old 43%

Region: Speyside

Strength: 43%

Volume: 700ml

$135.00

Benromach's 15 year old is the latest expression from Speyside's smallest distillery. This is their oldest release since re-opening in 1998, it is a rich whisky with notes of creamy vanilla custard, fruitcake and honey, with touches of cocoa and warming spice. A thread of smoke wraps around these flavours and lingers in the finish.


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Benromach 'Organic' 2011 / 2020 43%

Region: Speyside

Strength: 43%

Volume: 700ml

$93.00


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Benromach 21 years old 43%

Benromach 21 years old 43%

Region: Speyside

Strength: 43%

Volume: 700ml

$235.50

Benromach Distillery have added a 21 year old expression to their core range. Matured exclusively in first-fill oak casks this dram delivers sweet sherry aromas with notes of citrus and ginger and the Benromach signature hint of smoke. It is sweet to taste with spicy notes of cracked black pepper leading to Seville oranges, flavours of raspberry...


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Benromach 10 years old 43%

Benromach 10 years old 43%

Region: Speyside

Strength: 43%

Volume: 700ml

$84.00

The Benromach distillery is famous for its traditional style of single malt whisky, with flavours of creme brulee, dried fruit, peppery oak spices and a distinctive, gentle background note of peat smoke. An old-fashioned dram with the unique character of the classic Speyside style.


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