June’s Malt of the Month– Benromach Bargain!

Benromach Single Malt

Have we got a deal for you- Benromach Traditional Speyside Single Malt Whisky is now just $29.99 (retailing elsewhere for $44.99)!

Benromach1Benromach Single Malt Scotch. There are big distilleries and small distilleries in Scotland, but the Benromach Distillery is one of the smallest. It is so small that just two men, Keith and Mike work there, producing classic Speyside single malt Scotch! Our Malt of the Month for June is the delicious Benromach Traditional, the first whisky released by the distillery after it reopened in 1998.

This pale beauty presents cereal grain, malty notes, citrus fruits, and light hints of burning heather on the nose. The palate is fresh and inviting with a sweet graininess, vanilla, some nice spice and just a touch of wispy smoke. The finish is good, not long, but the vanilla and smoke stay with you for awhile. It’s a smashing whisky for the money, not overly complicated but very well made and extremely drinkable, and sometimes that is all you want: a really good whisky that will not cost you a fortune. Grab a few bottles or a case because deals like this don’t come around every day!

Slàinte, Denis

Denis Lynch

About Denis Lynch

I am a true homegrown Irishman hailing from the only county you really need to know about, Cork. Whiskey, beer, wine and all manner of spirits are in my blood (figuratively speaking of course!). I first started my career in my Great Aunty Maisey’s pub in New Tipperary, Donoughmore, pouring pints and small drops to the auld lads after the fair. Little did I think back then that I would be taking a short hop, skip and a jump over to the U.S of A. But here I am and I have been with Vine & Table since the beginning. I am now the stores Beverage Manager and Spirits Buyer. I like to think that I have found my niche here in the US. I have a great love for all things spirits-wise and have developed our offerings here at Vine & Table to include the best Single Malt selection in Indiana. Pop in and see me for a chinwag and a small drop next time you are in Carmel. Slainte, Denis
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