Benromach 10 Year Single Malt Scotch 50 ml – 1 case (12 bottles)
Yes! We are selling little bottles of single malt Scotch – like the kind you would get on an airplane or in a hotel room. Which immediately begs the question: what are you going to do with 50 ml bottles presuming you’re not in a hotel room and you can’t carry them onto planes? Well here are some ideas!
You could open up one 50 ml bottle, pour it in a glass, and have a nice relaxing drink.
…give them away as party favors.
…secret them into movie theaters.
…put bows on them, and give them to colleagues as an amazing thank you.
…celebrate Christmas and use them as stocking stuffers.
…trade them away for subrident favors.
…toast to world peace, while watching Groundhog Day.
…smile at the pleasure of “always holding.”
…drink many in one night, creating a nifty row of dead soldiers.
Ok, now you’re probably concerned that I am selling little bottles of scary hooch. Or that I purloined a Skychefs truck and am now trying to capitalize on it. While the latter is not your worry, the former concern I can dash away from you straightaway:
At the 2014 Whiskies Awards, Benromach 10 won Best Speyside Single Malt. That’s right, Speyside’s smallest distillery, located on the wee outskirts of the ancient market town of Forres, and using just two master-distillers to passionately hand-craft their spirit, swept the tasting. The production, aging and blending from 2014 to now hasn’t changed one bit. It’s the same Single Malt that bested such luminaries as Macallan, Balleveine and Glenlivet. So this is a serious contender, and it shows in my glass:
Aromas of rich sherry intermingle with fruit, toasted nuts, chocolate, delicate spice, green apples, and a malty biscuitiness. On the palate, juicy raspberries and brambles, sherry and creamy malt all mix to form a supple, sensual dram that rounds itself out with a bit of nutty charred oak. An exotic high note lends complexity, sending shivers of pineapple and kiwi swirling around the glass. The finish is rich, delving delightfully in the complexities of toasted malt and oloroso.
Not to put too fine a point on it, but this is a single malt anyone can drink and thoroughly enjoy. And since we have these cute little bottles (and at this low price) why not spread the love?