Whisky Benriach 11 Years Old Limited Edition 1994, gift box, 700 ml
Whiskey bright gold color.
The taste of whiskey much peat, which are woven leather and licorice notes.
Whiskey with saturated peat aroma, with hints of sweetness and spice.
Whiskey is recommended to use as a digestif.
Benriach plant built near the town of Elgin in 1898 by John Duff, owner of a nearby distillery Longmorn. Financial difficulties forced Duff soon sell the factory, so he worked for only two years. Until 1965 Benriah produced only malt Longmorn distillery. Rebuilt again, the plant produced its first official release of whiskey until 1994. After that, change a few owners, was closed again until 2004. In 2004 Benriach acquired Scot Billy Walker, who, together with their South African counterparts did a great job and not only restored the distillery, but also led her to a leading position. Already in 2004, were issued 12, 16 and 20-year-old whiskey "Benriah." Walker carried redesign the logo and labels, making it more informative. The range of products enriched with a series of "Curiositas" - it's more of peat whiskey, which many years ago was typical of Speyside and some mountain areas of Scotland. Now the plant Benriah offers a fairly wide range of products - that "classic" in the style of Speyside whiskey, slightly peaty whiskey, whiskey and peat greatly with different wine "finish". Now preparing to release a new product - triple-distilled whiskey.
"Benriach 11 Year Old Limited Edition" - single malt whiskey, distilled in 1994 and bottled on 3 November 2005. Whiskey released a limited edition consisting of 810 bottles.