The Scott Monument is a Victorian Gothic monument to Scottish writer Walter Scott. It is located in Princes Street Garden in Edinburgh, across from Janus Department Store. Designed by George Meikle Kemp, a 45-year-old self-taught architect.
| Distillery Introduction
BenRiach is a distillery mainly producing of exquisite whisky, with an excellent history and heritage back to 1898. Located in the core area of Speyside, it was bought by a consortium led by Billy Walker in 2004. It is also one of the few distillery in Speyside that are still producing peaty whisky.
| Scott Monument x Benriach
After the death of Scottish writer Walter Scott in 1832, he held a monument design competition. The forty-five-year-old self-taught architect George Meikle Kemp won the championship. His courageous adventure spirit just like the original Benriach founder John Duff, and adventure and innovation are also the core spirit that John Duff brings to Benriach.
| Tasting Notes
Aroma: Tropical fruit and woody, with bacon afterwards.
Taste: The thick mouthfeel is accompanied by a slight impact.
Finish: Leave a slight fruity fragrance.
Distillation Date: 2008
Cask Type: Hogshead