We've been roaming around seeking
out the interesting, the unusual, the unique.
like our single malt, we think these stories
are just a wee bit different.
Benromach Single Malt Whisky is building on its successful partnership with the National Theatre of Scotland as it continues to sponsor a UK tour of the Strange Undoing of Prudencia Hart 2012 tour, following its support of the production at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe last year.Read more
The beautiful market town of Forres is set to host the Benromach European Pipe Band Championships for three consecutive years, bringing a projected £1.2 million of economic benefits to the town and the surrounding area.Read more
Benromach Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky is delighted to announce its support for The Speyside Kiltwalk on Sunday 13th May 2012. The event will see over 380 eager participants don their comfiest walking shoes and depart on a 26 mile sponsored walk through the heart of Scotland’s whisky country, from the Moray coastal town of Buckie, towards the Cairngorm Mountains to Aberlour, in support of Scottish children’s charities.Read more
The money was raised after a unique and collectable bottle of signed Benromach single cask whisky was sold for £500 in an online auction.
Benromach Distillery Manager, Keith Cruickshank, was joined by Simon Paterson and Graham Millar from Findhorn based Moray Inshore Rescue Organisation (M.I.R.O) who are an independent rescue service manned entirely by volunteers, at the cheque presentation.Read more
Benromach Peat Smoke has been described as a ‘bold and beautiful malt’, scoring 93 points out of 100 in the Single Malt Scotch Whisky category of the Ultimate Spirits Challenge 2012.Read more
Benromach Single Malt Scotch Whisky has re-launched its website www.benromach.com to help share Speyside’s best kept secret with audiences across the world.
The new website, launched today (Friday 9th December), allows visitors to discover the secret of Benromach and explore the range of whiskies handcrafted by just two experienced distillers at Speyside’s smallest working distillery.Read more