Benromach Château Cissac 2009, a wood finish release and Benromach Triple Distilled, a first of its kind for Benromach. This online tweet tasting was organised as part of the launch of an epic new expression.
Benromach Château Cissac 2009 – 45%
- Color: Amber
- Nose: Soft, getting the wine, smoke and also red fruit, strawberries, hints of coconut, saltiness, aniseed, raspberries and also pepper, a lot of red pepper
- Taste:Lovely cherries, dark chocolate, hints of wine, blood orange and Fanta cassis
- Finish: Sweet, fresh and lingering
Matured in first fill Bourbon casks and finished for 25 months in hand-selected casks from the illustrious Château Cissac within the appellation Haut-Médoc Contrôlée in South-Western France. And limited to 4,200 bottles.
Benromach Triple Distilled – 50%
- Color: Sunny gold
- Nose: Vanilla, apricots, red fruit and a complexity of ginger. But also hints of softness, honey saltiness and citrus
- Taste: Palate is lovely warm and oily. Get the peach, apricot, sultana’s, warm custard and brown sugar
- Finish: Lovely warm and lingering
Matured in First Fill Bourbon Bottles with an out-turn of approximately 1300 cases.
Suggestion: There is no water needed for these two expressions, but if you like a challenge, add just one or two drops.
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