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Glenrothes 25 Year Old

(70cl, 43%)

Glenrothes 25 Year Old

Glenrothes 25 Year Old Bottling Note

The Soleo Collection from Glenrothes takes its name from the process of sun-drying grapes for sherry making in Jerez, so you're in for a sherried treat here. The range also eschews the vintages as seen on previous Glenrothes bottlings, instead featuring age statements on most of them. This one is a 25 year old expression, and features a high proportion of first fill sherry seasoned oak casks at its core. Yummers.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Stewed plums and apples, polished oak furniture, cigar box leading to a slight hint of soft smoke.

Palate: Rounded malty notes peer out from behind vibrant cooked berry and mulled wine sweetness. Oak spices arrive on the mid-palate, but mellow swiftly.

Finish: Caramelised dates, mango and old leather.

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Glenrothes 25 Year Old Reviews

Where’s the abv?

It’s not a bad bottle but a 25 year at this abv level can’t help but be a bit of a letdown.

17th June 2019

Creme de la creme

If you try one bottle before the year is out make it this one! This one delivers in a way I’ve never seen from the Glenrothes or almost any other Speyside. Complexity in a glass !

10th November 2018

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