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1992 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.
Limited quantities of the very best casks of The Glenrothes malt whisky are individually selected from a given year's distillation when judged to be at the peak of their perfection. They are then bottled as The Glenrothes Vintage Malt. The clear glass bottle and label are inspired by the sample bottles and checking slips to be found in a distillery sample room, whilst the innovative and unusual "Frame" pack has been designed especially to showcase the elegant bottle and highlight the natural colour and quality of the whisky itself.
Tasting Note: Bottled in 2004. Medium gold colour. Clear & bright. The nose is soft and fruity displaying ripe black plums and liquorice. The softness continues on to the palate with soft citrus, orange zest and sherry oak flavours. Medium length with a spicy finish. 43% Alc./Vol. Tasting Note sourced from Glenrothes.size>
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