first Thanks for your kind information.
but I got confused at the unexpected answer.
i have known Ben Bracken and Tamnavulin are same whisky because of following sentence
AND here comes a SERIOUS advice for whisky lovers from countries that have the discount food chain LIDL. So basically this might be mainly for GERMANS:
Lidl actually sells a speyside called "Ben Bracken 12 yrs" for ONLY 11.99 Yuros. If you are into smooth, sweet and honey-ish malts - BUY THAT SHIT! It's great for every day drinking or if your parents come to visit. After some research and tastings I found out where it's coming from and what it is. It's indeed a 12yrs Speyside, called Tamnavulin. I'm very much into Tamnavulin. The distillery closed down 5 years ago and it always was a hassle to get a bottle of this fine malt. I once got one on ebay and considered myself happy. Now it became obvious that the former owners of Tamnavulin sold some casks to LIDL markets and they now sell it as Ben Bracken. I tasted it and compared it to my Tamnavulin. It definitely is exactly the same whisky. I myself bought 5 bottles. So go ahead before it disappears. If you sometimes like stuff like Glen Deveron, Glenlivet, Glen Ord or Tormore check it out!http://www.hellridemusic.com/forum/show ... 210&page=4
also many german internet imformation say Ben Bracken Tamnavulin whisky are same whisky
what do you think about this imformation .
finally again I would like to thank you for sparing time to answer my question