Whisky Glenrothes, "Alba Reserve" Single Speyside Malt, 0.7 L
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Reviews of purchase Glenrothes, "Alba Reserve" Single Speyside Malt, 0.7 L
Light golden color with a pale yellow tinge.
Alba Reserve has a very soft, balanced taste, delicious captivating tones of creme brulee and ripe berries. The smooth finish of medium length disclosed notes of sweet vanilla and coconut.
Fragrance enchants fresh floral tones in harmony with notes of coconut and vanilla.
Due to the mild, sweet taste whiskey Glenrothes ideal as a long drink. He will be able to deliver to the owner a real pleasure, to use it according to the Scottish "Rule five« S »: Sight, Smell, Swish, Swallow, Splash. First you need to evaluate the color of the drink, then make a few circular motions glass to reveal aromas, savor the taste and only then swallow. True connoisseurs added to the whiskey just a few drops of water to taste and flavors sparkle with new faces, but in no case do not drink it with ice, as cold whiskey loses most of its characteristics. Much attention is paid to the shape of the glass, it is best to drink whiskey glasses of cognac or tulip shape, warming drink warm his hands.
Whiskey Glenrothes (Glenrothes) is born in the heart of the Scottish Speyside. His name was in honor of whiskey one of the five distilleries Dafftaun city, built in 1878. Due to its high quality Glenrothes quickly became popular in Scotland, and then throughout the world. For its production uses the finest malts and pure water from the spring carefully protected, owned by Glenrothes. Caring hands of these masters of blending and aging in barrels of bourbon and sherry give this single malt unusually mild taste with typical notes of vanilla, ripe fruit, citrus and a refined aftertaste with notes of spices.
One of the novelties in the line is an excellent whiskey Glenrothes Alba Reserve, which is held only in barrels made of white American oak. Precisely because of this whiskey and got its name because in Latin sounds like white oak Quercus Alba. Exceptional softness whiskey Alba Reserve shall very slow process of double distillation in high alembic plant, and its unique taste with delicious notes of vanilla, coconut and creamy creme brulee it acquires in the course of aging in barrels of bourbon. For the first time taking part in such a prestigious international competitions such as the San Francisco World Spirits Competition in 2010 Glenrotos Alba Reserve won the highest award of "double gold", indicating that the highest quality of this magnificent single malt whiskey.
Also noteworthy is the fact that Glenrothes Alba Reserve can confidently be called kosher, because John Ramsay developed it specifically for whiskey lovers who adhere to Orthodox Judaism. The whole process of making Alba Reserve was approved by Rabbi Padva in March 2009, as evidenced by the London Beth Din print on the back label whiskey.