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The Glenrothes Manse Reserve

(70cl, 43%)

The Glenrothes Manse Reserve

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Glenrothes Manse Reserve Bottling Note

Originally released for Travel Retail, the Glenrothes Manse Reserve is made with whisky drawn mostly from American oak casks, with a helping of Sherry oak cask whisky too. Lots of fruit notes running through this one (pear drops and apple), along with vanilla custard and a little hint of spice on the mid-palate.

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Glenrothes Manse Reserve Reviews

autum in a bottle

The Glenrothes Manse Reserve, Speyside single malt scotch whisky

A warm amber whisky fills the pineapple shaped bottle. Held up to the light, it is as golden as a California hillside in June; changing colors faster than a chameleon. The dark brown cap holds the cork stopper just so, and pulling it gives way to the distinctive pop of a freshly opened bottle. The golden yellow suggests aging in a bourbon cask, and the glimpse of red hints at a finishing in a sherry cask. There is no age statement for this Speyside Single Malt, but it feels young crossing the pallet, maybe four to six years in bourbon with another one or two in the sherry, before it is bottled and shipped to your layover or final destination. The nose carries vanilla and orange, nutmeg and cinnamon; it stings the nostrils with crisp intrigue. Who are you? It's subtly warm, like after bundling up in the first days of autumn. The whisky feels young but mature, soft but full, round but complete. It has all the makings for sitting around a fire with some friends on an early October evening to get you in the mood for Thanksgiving. The 70 cl bottle is short and fat, fitting into one's hand comfortably, producing a perfect pour every time. It is wide without being cumbersome, which makes me think even the bottle wants to cuddle up and get cozy. The $55 price tag is a steal for autumn in a bottle.

20th December 2015

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