is the dominant peak among the mountains overlooking the heart of
Speyside and gives its name to the Benrinnes Distillery on its northern
shoulder. The Benrinnes Distillery is one of six distilleries immediately
below the Ben that make use of that precious clear water from the
Scurran and Rowantree burns close to "the summit of the mountain".
Initially it was run as part of a farm, with various outhouses being
converted. It was rebuilt as a distillery when the buildings were
destroyed during floods in 1829.
Signed edition prints of original watercolour