- Benrinnes 1998 - 53,8%
A Single Cask Bottling of Jack Wiebers, from the "Distillery Sites" series.
In the center of the Speyside at the northern slope of the same-named mountain at the height of the 250 meters the distillery Benrinnes, which was named Lyne of Ruthrie and found in 1835. It has a special character: It owns a wash still that divides the low wines. First the low wines are piped into the spirit still number two before they get to spirit number one. Their distillate is burnt a second time then, therefore there is practiced a very special kind of three time distillation. The water that is used comes from Scurrn and Rowentree Burns.
|Delivery time||3-4 days to Germany, 5-7 days to other countries|
|Date of destillation||1998|
|Number of bottles||216|
|Alcohol by volume||53,8%|