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Glenrothes 19 Year Old 1997 (cask 91821) - Chieftain's (Ian Macleod)

(70cl, 50%)

Glenrothes 19 Year Old 1997 (cask 91821) - Chieftain's (Ian Macleod)

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Glenrothes 19yo 1997 Bottling Note

19 year old single malt from the Glenrothes distillery, which has been finished in a Pedro Ximénez cask. It was distilled back in January 1997 and bottled in June 2016 by Ian Macleod for their Chieftain's range. A release of 495 bottles.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Generous barley, developing into creamy vanilla and a little bit of bramley apple pie. Sweet, sticky Sherry notes offer a supporting sweetness.

Palate: Spicy cinnamon and black pepper, balanced with more Sherried sweetness. Dried apricots and prunes.

Finish: Vanilla extract and diced almond-topped pastries. Lingering raisin notes.

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Glenrothes 19 Year Old 1997 (cask 91821) - Chieftain's (Ian Macleod) Reviews

Needs time

A complex malt that really needs time in the glass to open up.

Initially acetic, but after some water and patience, it turns into a beautifully matured sweet/savoury sherried dram. Plums, raisins and buiscuits with a bit of soy sauce. One of the best I have had in 5 years.

30th December 2017

Not worth it

Overpowering. Huge bite. Not smooth at all.

I gave it a month to open up, still disappointing. Don't waste your money.

17th February 2017

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