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Over two centuries this distillery has faced it all

Over two centuries this distillery has faced it all. But flood, a rather destructive fire, a fair share of financial turmoil, and two world wars have done nothing to impair the rounded, mellow, almost sultry tones of Benrinnes Single Malt Scotch Whisky.

Richly sweet but full of organics

Lightly smoky and woody

There’s something that might be mistaken for peat smoke in Benrinnes, but that’s hidden beneath layers of full sweetness, rum and chocolate notes, and of course a sherried aftertaste.

The Benrinnes distillery

The Benrinnes distillery

Built on the shoulder of its mountain namesake 700 feet above sea level, Benrinnes was first founded sometime in the 1820s, but this original building was washed away in the great flood of 1829. Rebuilt for what is hopefully the last time in the 1950s, Benrinnes has been adding the sherry-like qualities to blends for over half a century.

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Filtered by the mountains
Rich, fresh and green

Deliciously dark

The water runs down the granite hills, over mossy banks and through gravel beds, filtered and cooled by nature and delivered to the distillery. Here it is transformed into something deliciously dark, and quite unlike the usual fruity, fresh notes fans of Speyside whiskies will recognise.