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A cask strength official bottling from the Rosebank distillery, distilled in 1981 and matured for 25 years in refill Bourbon casks before bottling as a limited release of just 4,710 bottles.
The nose is fresh and quite oily. Pine oils and caper berries with lemon juice and lime zest. There are notes of iodine and herbal tones with an earthen rooty character. There are hints of cut grass and hay bales with gentle smoke. The palate is very warming and pungent. A profusion of citrus; Limoncello and lime. There are notes of ground almonds and damson jam with oak emerging. The finish is long and crisp with a citric tang on the tail.
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Electric. This is like a firework of taste exploding in your mouth. If you get chance to sample a dram then do.
3rd January 2015
thanks,I will send an email and two photoes to your customer service team
6th November 2014
Hi there! To the best of our knowledge, there were 4,710 bottles released. However, please send an email and photo to our Customer Service team (firstname.lastname@example.org) and we will be able to investigate this matter further. --The Chaps at Master of Malt
4th August 2014
how many bottles were the rosebank 25yo release?I have a bottle ,it marked no.04743
31st July 2014
Unfortunately, both the 25 and the 21 Year Old were released in a limited number of bottlings. As such, they are now discontinued, but rest assured that should we be able to source some bottles, they will be available to buy. --The Chaps at Master at Malt
9th May 2013
This goes for 21 year old as well.
Is there any chance of sourcing another bottle? Rosebank is my all time favourite and certainly one of the top five of all time.