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out the interesting, the unusual, the unique.
like our single malt, we think these stories
are just a wee bit different.
The Benromach Distillery Company Ltd. today reveals one of their rarest expressions to date, Benromach 35 Years Old, an exclusive whisky crafted at the distillery before the Urquhart family, owners of leading whisky specialist Gordon & MacPhail, revived it in 1998.Read more
Benromach, creators of the classic Speyside Single Malt Scotch whisky, have won one of Asia’s most prized accolades.Read more
Filipa Valente’s eyes sparkled as she enthusiastically described some of the traditional dishes that are typical of Lisbon. “You must try the Pastel de Massa Tenra” she enthused and described an exquisite Portuguese version of a Forfar Bridie or Cornish Pastie. “And make sure you have some Escabeche, a sauce we use on lots of things but is particularly good with baby sardines. And the Iscas is fantastic. It is Liver steaks fried in olive oil and eaten with potatoes.”Read more
A new single malt whisky has been unveiled by The Benromach Distillery Company Ltd as the brand continues to grow in the USA.Read more
Like many Scots I have a not entirely unjustified reputation for having a bit of a sweet tooth. When the petit-fours are passed around with the coffee after dinner you might catch me watching to see if anyone declines to take theirs in the hope I might get a second piece. And if it happens to be fine Scottish tablet that is on offer you better watch out. I could well knock you over in the rush to get to the plate.Read more
The festive season is the ideal time to sit back and take stock of the year’s achievements with a dram. Our classic Benromach 10 Years Old has been carefully handcrafted to recreate a classic pre-1960s style Speyside malt and we think it’s the perfect present from the past. Who would you choose to enjoy a dram of Benromach with over the holidays?Read more
I was lifting to my lips what was probably the most expensive glass I had ever seen. It was hard not to feel nervous knowing if I dropped it not only would over 40 thousand pounds worth of antique smash on the floor but an irreplaceable and almost unique part of Scottish history would be destroyed for ever.Read more