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|Glenrothes The 1998||€67.00|
|Glenrothes The 1988||€269.00|
|Glenrothes The 1995||€79.00|
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|Glenrothes The 1998||€11.00|
|Glenrothes The 1978||€535.00|
Medium amber hue with a nice light malty nose. This clean and accessible malt has an interesting and layered flavour profile of almonds, sherry, malted barley, chocolate, dried plum and iodine. The finish is long and equally layered – hearty with a bit of heat. ~ Mike Miller
Sherry and fruit notes. Rich, creamy body. Some oak. Beautifully balanced. ~ William Dowd
Elegant, rich and deep. Earthy, sylvestry. Wet moss, mushrooms opening on indoor aromas. Gingerbread. honey, toffee. Superb dovetailing aromatic display. Full bodied. Rich intense sherry notes. Oak shines through dried fruit flavours. Intense liquorice flavours. Beautiful. A Speyside laird. ~ Martine Nouyet
Sweet and floral, blackcurrant Starburst, candy on the nose. Barley sugar, grapefruit and lemon. Nice balance of fruit, spice and an underlay of wispy smoke to finish. ~ Dominic Roskrow
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