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1989 Glenrothes Single Malt Scotch Whisky (700ml)
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- ABV 43%
Relatively unknown in Australia, the Glen Rothes has remained a guarded secret amongst malt aficionados. The distillery lies beside the burn of Rothes in the heart of Speyside, the highland area of Scotland made famous by the quality and style of its single malt whiskies. The Glen Rothes’ unusual shaped bottle is derived from the bottles used in the sample room where the head taster selects the vintage. The overall simplicity of its packaging gives prominence to the intrinsic quality of this highly regarded Speyside malt.
Tasting Note: Exceptional value for money at this price. Pale amber in colour with an aroma of great finesse hinting delicately of peat and honey. The years spent maturing in the cask bring forth a remarkable balance and softness to the raisiny, malty palate. The finish is quite sweet and extremely smooth, with a rich raisin - honey aftertaste lasting long in the mouth. To appreciate this malt fully, use a good sized glass and add a little water to release its aroma and lingering taste. This is an outstanding after dinner malt. 43% alc./vol.
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