The Benromach 40 Years, winner of the San Francisco World Spirits Award, which is considered by Forbes Magazine as the largest competition for spirits and fermented in the world, is now out of stock. It’s the Oscars of drinks and it was recently held.
Benromach is a traditional Speyside distillery owned by Gordon & MacPhail, the Elgin based Scotch whisky specialist. Established as a grocery business in 1895 in the heart of Scotland’s Speyside region, Gordon & MacPhail is renowned for maturing and bottling some of the world’s rarest single malt whiskies.
Benromach Distillery in Speyside has unveiled the first annual batch release of its 40 Years Old, with just over 1,000 bottles available worldwide. Bottled at a cask strength of 57.1%, this rare single malt whisky is natural in colour and was laid down in 1981 before spending four decades maturing in the finest first-fill Oloroso sherry casks. The result is an exquisite single malt and the oldest expression released in Benromach’s new look line up which was launched in June 2020. Benromach 40 Years Old is priced at 2000 USD. Prices in international markets may vary due to local taxes and import duties.