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The Glenrothes Distillery, situated in the middle of the Speyside, started in 1879. The single malt whisky distillery survived a major fire in 1897, an explosion in 1903 and another fire in 1922. Of course, a large part of the Glenrothes single malt goes to blended whisky (especially Cutty Sark), but the distillery also releases a lot own bottlings. There are now also various standard bottlings, something that Glenrothes did not have before.
The youngest in the new core series of The Glenrothes. Matured in sherry casks for 10 years, but not a heavily sherried whisky. Lots of fruity and sweet notes, honey and even a hint of cheese. A good introduction to this Speyside distillery.
If you like sweet and fruit, a little spicy, then this 12-year-old standard Glenrothes comes into the picture. Matured in sherry casks, filled at 40%, and at a reasonable price, this Speyside malt is a good choice.
More than twenty years ago, Speyside distillery Glenrothes released this 14-year-old, sherried bottling of their single malt whisky. Lots of apple to smell and taste, but also notes such as caramel, honey, chocolate, stewed fruits, oak, and pepper. (43%)
Glenrothes has built up a certain reputation with its own bottlings. But to taste a 25-year-old single malt whisky from this distillery at cask strength, you have to look at independent bottlers. This edition matured in two bourbon casks. Bottled at 50.9%
Taiwanese Whisky AGE has not been around as a bottler for very long yet but has already built up a good name. One of their latest bottlings is this Glenrothes single malt whisky. The Speysider matured in a bourbon cask for 23 years and is bottled at 55.1%
On the label you see a cheerful scene by Dutch Master Jan Steen, in the bottle you will find a 17-year-old, sherryed Glenrothes single malt whisky, bottled by Douglas Laing in the well-known Old Particular series. An edition of 644 bottles at 61.1% ABV.
Matured in an ex bourbon hogshead for 15 years. This is an extremely drinkable whisky but a little water won't hurt. In the nose malty, fresh apples, honey and subtle citrus notes. In the taste: sweet, fresh pear and apple. With a licorice and honey finis
To be bottled at a strength of 62.7% after 16 years of maturing, well, as a single malt whisky, that must have been in quite a special cask. And that is what we see with this Glenrothes that matured in a refill sherry cask. Stewed fruit, morellos, almond.
You will find Glenrothes' own bottlings in many liquor stores. But to get to know their single malt whisky well, independent bottlings might be a better option. This 14-year-old, sherry-aged bottling by Chapter 7, for example. Bottled at 52% cask strength
Bottled especially for the Dutch market but available with us worldwide, this 10-year-old Glenrothes single malt whisky. It was bottled at cask strength by The Daily Dram after maturing in an oloroso sherry cask. Nice label on it, and there it is! (57.5%)
The artistic depiction of a flamenco dancer on the label indicates that the whisky in the bottle matured in a sherry cask, a Palo Cortado cask to be exact. The whisky in the bottle is a 10-year-old Glenrothes single malt at 56.0% cask strength.
This Glenrothes, like much of the whisky from this distillery, is a single malt for lovers of sherried whisky. It matured in casks on which was first laid sherry that was made according to the soleo process (with sun-dried grapes). Filled at 48.8%.
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