Benromach is the smallest distillery in the Speyside and can be found near the little town of Forres. The finest Scottish malted barley is combined with pure spring water from the nearby Romach hills buy just two highly skilled distillers. Even the barrels themselves are aged on site until deemed of the right quality to be bottled.
The Benromach was established in 1898 by Duncan MacCallum and FW Brickmann. It experienced difficulties in the beginning and was silent from 1900 - 1909. Despite being bought by Harvey McNair & Co in 1911, it fell silent from 1914 - 1918. Benromach Distillery Ltd bought it in 1919. It changed hands many times until it eventually closed in 1983. The current owners, Gordon & MacPhail bought it in 1993 and gave it a complete overhaul. Prince Charles officially re-opened the distillery in 1998. The distillery has gone from strength to strength having released numerous expressions as well as constructing a new barrel warehouse in 2007 to keep up with increasing demand.
The range includes Benromach 10, 21.25 and 30 year olds as well as a vintage Cask strength range, Organic release and numerous wood finishes.
Today the Distillery is still running a full capacity, producing an Annual Output of 135,000 - 150,000 litres of alcohol.
Benromach 10 year old was awarded Silver at the International Spirits Challenge 2013. Benromach 30 year old won Best Single Malt Scotch Whisky 28-34 Years (Multiple Casks) Jim Murray's Whisky Bible 2012, to name a few...