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Bennachie (pronounced /bɛnəˈxiː/ (ben-ə-khee))[1] is a range of hills in Aberdeenshire, Scotland.[2] It has several tops, the highest of which, Oxen Craig, has a height of 528 m (1733 feet).










Bennachie Distillery

Within the spectrum of flavours found in malt whisky, Bennachie 10 Year Old Pure Malt represents the more accessible side of malts.

It is composed of mature whiskies with typical Speyside characteristics, creating a depth of flavour not found in any single malt. Its mild character and special mellowness, derived from a decade of maturation in specially selected oak casks, makes an excellent introduction to malt whisky.

It has a sweetness on the nose reminiscent of heather honey. The taste starts dry and becomes succulent and sweet. The finish is long, smooth and smoky.

Producer: Bennachie
ABV:   40.0%
Country of Origin:   Scotland

Bennachie 10 Bottling Note

A 10 year old blended malt. Bennachie is a range of vatted malt whiskies, focussing mainly on the charm and character of Speyside single malt whisky.

Bennachie 10 Tasting Note

Nose: Honey, smoke, cereals, sherry.
Palate: Hay, citrus, walnut, fruity.
Finish: Smoky and spicy, sweet.


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