Benriach 17 Year Old Septendecim Single Malt Scotch Whisky
This 17-year-old gets its name from the Latin word for 17. It’s complex, with just a hint of peat smoke and delicious notes of apple pie, cinnamon, and nutmeg.
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Amidst the lush greenery, in the heart of Speyside, sits the pagoda’d roof of the BenRiach distillery. A facility that has been producing single malt Scotch since 1898. The area of Moray is known for its funnel shape, with the tip pointed to the source of the Spey River. Benriach sits at the very center of this funnel, just outside the town of Elgin. The story of BenRiach is one of resilience. In 1897, John Duff built the BenRiach distillery, after his early success with his Glenlossie and Longmorn distilleries. He even built a railroad in 1990, to move supplies back and forth between the two shops. The timing of his ambitious pursuits, however, proved problematic. Following the Pattison crash of 1899 and the downturn of the domestic market, BenRiach, along with many other distilleries were fated to close. The distillery had barely been operational for two years, before being made almost irrelevant for 65 years. During these 65 years, the plant remained operational solely as a malting facility for Longmorn. The two sister distilleries were essentially consolidated into a single working unit, BenRiach produced the grain, and Longmorn distilled it. But the 1960s were good to BenRiach as well as the entire industry, and the facility remained operational from 1965 onwards. In 2004 the distillery was bought out by a private entity who released a true BenRiach single malt whisky. The distillery eventually fell under the ownership of The BenRiach Distilling Co. which also took (befittingly) the Glendronach and Glenglassaugh distilleries under its umbrella. Under the guidance of former blender, Billy Walker, in 2013 the floor maltings reopened, and distillery production poured forth full throttle. The distillery was then acquired by Brown-Forman, in 2016. They now produce up to 2.8 million liters per year. Fruit defines the heart of Benriach's character, specifically, distinct notes of pears and peaches. From BenRiach's peated range this Septendecim expression gets its name from the Latin word for seventeen. This beautiful 17-year-old whisky is bottled at 46% abv. Septendecim is complex, with a hint of peat smoke and delicious notes of apple pie, cinnamon, and nutmeg. Get your bottle today!
|Proof||92 (46% ABV)|
|Distiller/Bottler Name||BenRiach Distillery|
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The nose has notes of apple and peach, with heavy notes of cinnamon, nutmeg and fruit sweetness. There is a light, but distinguished touch of peat, and a trace of wood. The flavor features cinnamon, nutmeg, fruit pie, oak wood, and peat smoke. The finish is warming with an aftertaste of spice.
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