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This time there is no secret, no tongue breaking Gaelic names, no legends and mysterious stories. Stronachie whisky comes from Benrinnes Distillery and the story goes that Dewar Rattray Ltd, the agents of the original distillery, which closed in 1928, obtained a bottle of 1904 Stronachie on auction and tried to replicate its profile. The closest match was Benrinnes and the Stronachie brand was re-born in 2002. A.D. Rattray (formerly Dewar Rattray) is currently owned by Tim Morrison of Morrison Bowmore fame, the fourth generation descendant of Andrew Dewar Rattray.
Nose: fresh and malty, green apples, grapes, pears, breakfast cereals, honey, vanilla, hints of ginger, pepper and lemon grass.
Palate: smooth and sweet, honey, maple syrup, breakfast cereals, milk chocolate, baked apples, touch of cinnamon, lemon peel and hint of ginger.
Finish: medium long, sweet and spicy, honey, vanilla, cinnamon and ginger.