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Glenrothes Sherry Cask Reserve

(70cl, 40%)

Glenrothes Sherry Cask Reserve

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Glenrothes Sherry Reserve Bottling Note

The Glenrothes Sherry Cask Reserve was introduced to the Speyside distillery's core range in 2014, and it's definitely one for the Sherry lovers out there, as this is the first single malt from Glenrothes to be completely matured in first-fill Sherry casks. Yum.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Plump raisins, candied ginger and crumbly shortbread dusted with sugar. Crushed walnuts and oak appear further on.

Palate: Flamed orange zest and cinnamon, with more ginger and spice from the cask up front. This swiftly turns to juicy sultanas and raisins, with perhaps a tiny wisp of earthy smoke.

Finish: Brown sugar, citrus peel and nutmeg last on the finish.

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Glenrothes Sherry Cask Reserve Reviews

Totally pleased, I had many Scotch since 1965

Almost as good as Bowmore 15yr Sherry cask in flavor, a less than McCllelland in sea spray flavor. However, at it's current price point in my district, my preferred purchase.

27th November 2018

Sherried

This is a real treat if you’re a sherry guy. Simply beautiful on the nose. A classic speyside treat!

23rd October 2018

Top Marks

Currently my favourite single malt Scotch, the balance of flavor and heat is delightful. I find this Scotch interesting for every sip, yet still pleasant and affordable enough not to have to feel guilty for that second (or third) serving.

6th August 2018

I bought three bottles for myself

Outstanding whisky for the price. Exploding Sherry and beautiful oak

21st July 2018

Strong sherry taste, long finish, and a great price!

Great aroma, strong sherry taste and a long finish that warmed the palate. Very smooth with very little flashback. My wife tried it and thought that it was outstanding. This is one that I have already purchased and would strongly recommend due to the spectacular taste and a fantastic value!

4th March 2018

Looks like a bomb but it's just a harmless speysider.

Not my cup of tea. Reminds me of Cragganmore and Strathisla. Lots of heather and little trace of sherry.

5th November 2017

Quite pleasant indeed

Apart from being bottled at 40% this is an excellent sherried whisky. All the typical cherries, plums and raisins with hints of apple pie and cinnamon. Superb dessert dram and incredibly smooth I just wish it was a higher strength. Still a good buy for $50 I think. The Sugarbear

25th January 2017

Graham Cowling

Simple. It's smooth delicate texture mixed with the hard hitting strength of ginger warms the mouth and enhances the after taste of orange and spices.
Fantastic single malt - never to be mixed!!! Enjoy

27th December 2016

Yum Indeed!

This is excellent stuff. I suppose Glenrothes are more experienced at creating a good NAS than most, having done it by choice, whereas others are now virtually forced to. This is even better than the Select Reserve, which was always good since i first discovered it about 5 years ago. I have tried Macallan Gold & Amber, & neither come near to this, it's a good, no nonsense sherried-style Speyside. Only reason it doesn't get a 5 is the price- a little steep, but there are seriously inferior malts out there which cost more. Must admit, Gordon & Macphail's Mortlach 15 is even better, but thin on the ground at the moment. Taste profile:- can't argue with M of M.

18th March 2016

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