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According to some, the illegal origin of the Rosebank distillery was in 1773. In any case, a legal Rosebank Distillery was built in 1840 in Camelon, Lowlands. With 2 neighboring distilleries, Rosebank founded the Scottish Malt Distillers (SMD) in 1914, a producer group that eventually merged into Diageo. Rosebank made single malt whisky according to the triple-distillation method used in the Lowlands (in the rest of Scotland double distillation is the norm). In 1993, the Rosebank distillery was mothballed and in 2002 the site with the buildings was sold to British Waterways. That sold it again in 2017 to Ian MacLeod Distillers who also bought the Rosebank brand from Diageo with the intention of reactivating the distillery. Incidentally, after 2010 hardly any bottlings of Rosebank single malt were released.
In 2004 Gordon & MacPhail released this single cask bottling of a Rosebank single malt whisky. The distillery was then already closed for more than 10 years. A bottle of Rosebank has since become a rare phenomenon. But this is now in our shop! 58.8%
You don't often find a bottle of Rosebank single malt whisky anymore. But we have one! A 16 year old bottling from 2007 by Gordon & MacPhail. This 'triple-distillation' Lowland whisky matured in refill sherry casks and was bottled at 40%. Be quick!
This Rosebank single malt whisky was casked in 1991, 17 years later, the distillery had long been closed, it was bottled by Gordon & MacPhail. A modestly sherryed Rosebank in which you can also find notes of bourbon casks. An elegant whisky.
This bottling is from 2014, some 20 years after the Rosebank single malt whisky distillery closed. This 21-year-old Rosebank aged in bourbon casks. Rosebank was one of the few Scottish distillers who work according to the triple distillation method.
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