BENROMACH LAUNCHES A 50-YEAR OLD SINGLE MALT
Speyside distillery Benromach has launched it's oldest and rarest single malt ....
Laid down in 1969, Benromach 50 Years Old has spent half a century maturing in cask no. 2003, an ex-Sherry Hogshead.
The result is an exquisite hand-crafted single malt available as a limited release from the Benromach Distillery, with only 125 decanters available for purchase.
Keith Cruickshank, Benromach Distillery Manager, said:
The distillery in Forres is one of few in Scotland to maintain a handcrafted approach to whisky making without the use of automated machinery. The small team of distillers employ all their senses when crafting the classic Speyside single malt Scotch whiskies, managing the process by sight, sound and touch to create the unique, handcrafted and authentic Benromach taste.
Just 125 bottles of Benromach 50 Years Old will be available at selected retailers worldwide from 30 September. Decanters are priced at £8,000 GBP, €9,000 and $10,000 USD. Prices in international markets may vary due to local taxes and import duties.