Benromach 10 100 Proof
Cask Type: N/A
Nose: Malty, dired apricot, raw walnut, hints of red fruits, lemon peel, floral, touch of caramel
Palate: Heat, pepper, stewed red fruits, toffee, cinnamon, nutmeg, mineral
Finish: Long finish, cherry syrup, pepper, mineral water
Guess: 10-12 year old, cask strength 55-60% ABV Sherry cask Speyside. My guess was pretty close, just can’t nail down a distillery. Solid complexity, and much better than Benromach 10, nice blend of nuts, fruits, and spice throughout, the mineral finish wasn’t a big fan of, but overall a solid whisky.