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BenRiach

BenRiach

The BenRiach whisky distillery is located by Elgin at the Lossie river and has fought for its existence several times over. The distillery opened in the 1890’s but closed as soon as 1900. In 1965 BenRiach was reopened but had to close again in 2002. In 2004, new owners entered the scene, and there have since been a number of new BenRiach whisky-types on the market, with different taste denotations and cask-types. BenRiach produces approximately 1.5 million liters of alcohol a year and a big part of the production is used for blended whisky.

Owner:                            Region/district:                        Benriach Distillery Co                            Speyside

Founded:    Status:          Capacity:

1897            Active           2 800 000 litres

Address:

Longmorn, Elgin, Morayshire IV30 8SJ

Tel:                    website:

01343 862888      www.benriachdistillery.co.uk

History:

1897 – John Duff & Co founds the distillery.

1899 – Longmorn Distilleries Co. buys the distillery.

1903   The distillery is mothballed.

1965 – The distillery is reopened by the new owner, The Glenlivet Distillers Ltd.

1978 – Seagram Distillers takes over.

1983 Seagrams starts producing a peated Benriach.

1985 – The number of stills is increased to four.

1994 – The first official bottling is 10 years old.

1999 – The maltings is decommissioned.

2002 – The distillery is mothballed in October.

2004 – Intra Trading, buys Benriach together with the former Director at Burn Stewart, Billy Walker. The price is £5.4 million.

2004 – Standard, Curiositas and 12, 16 and 20 year olds are released.

2005 Four different vintages are released in limited editions - 1966, 1970, 1978 och 1984.

2006 Sixteen new releases, i.a. a 25 year old, a 30 year old and 8 different vintages.

2007 A 40 year old and three new heavily peated expressions are released.

2008 New expressions include a peated Madeira finish, a 15 year old Sauternes finish and nine single casks.

2009 Two wood finishes (Moscatel and Gaja Barolo) and nine single casks are released.

2010 Triple distilled Solstice and heavily peated Horizons are released.

2011 A 45 year old and 12 vintages are released.
 

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