Produced in the town of Rothes since 1879, The Glenrothes is popular with scotch blenders, such as Cutty Sark and Famous Grouse, but also markets its own single malt.
Unlike most single malt distilleries, The Glenrothes determines when its whiskey is ready by taste and maturity, rather than a specific age. Each vintage has its own unique personality, but general characteristics include flavours of ripe fruits, citrus and vanilla with a spicy finish and a creamy texture.
“The Glenrothes has been prized by whiskey connoisseurs for many years, but really didn’t achieve wider popularity until the 1970s,” said Reserve 101 co-owner and whiskey expert Mike Raymond.
“This is an exceptional whiskey that we are proud to introduce to our customers.”
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