Glenrothes 1995

The Glenrothes Glenrothes 1995

(0.7l, 43%)


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The first Glenrothes Single Malt aged extra long and rare.
In 1879 the Glenrothes Distillery was founded James Stewart near the Burn of Rothes in Speyside. James also worked at the nearby Macallan Distillery, and he brought the knowledge he gained there to his new venture. The distillery itself is owned by The Edrington Group, but the Glenrothes Single Malt Whiskey produced there is owned by Berry Bros. & Rudd in an odd cooperative arrangement. What’s not bottled as Glenrothes Single Malt is in high demand as a core component of various blends, including Cutty Sark and The Famous Grouse.
The 1995 vintage of Glenrothes was the first year when a portion of their productions was set aside for Single Malt bottling. Prior to then, 100% went to blends. 70% of The Glenrothes 1995 Vintage was aged in refill Glenrothes casks and 30% in Sherry casks (American and Spanish oak). This batch was bottled in 2014 — making it 19 years old. And… it’s a winner. This savory dram has taken home many awards and was designated one of Ian Buxton’s “101 Whiskies to Try Before You Die.”
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The Glenrothes Distillery has had some bad luck over the years. The still-house was badly damaged by fire in 1896, and then an explosion in 1903. In 1922 a fire in Warehouse No. 1 resulted in the total loss of the building and nearly a million liters of aging Whisky. And another major fire in 1962 required a complete remodel.

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Categories of Scotch Whisky: Single malt, Blended malt (formerly called Vatted malt), blended, single grain and blended grain Scotch.

Tasting Notes

Appearance / Color
Light Bronze
Nose / Aroma / Smell
The aromas are decidedly right with butter-toffee, stewed apples, and notes of chocolate, fig, and baking spices.
Flavor / Taste / Palate
The palate is complex with buttermilk biscuits, malted barley, maple bars, and vanilla.
The finish is long with roasted almonds and toffee.
Ratings & Reviews
Wonderful! You can taste the spice, the caramel, a wee bit of peat.
Fantastic speyside. Carmel, spice, and everything nice!
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