Whisky Glenrothes Single Speyside Malt 1985, 0.7 L
- Volume: 0.7 L
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Glenrothes 1985 has a complex, mature taste, in which the notes on the background of citrus fruits, raisins and prunes reveals notes of heather and oak. The soft tones of vanilla aftertaste charms and caramel.
Deep aroma reveals notes of exotic fruits and raisins.
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.
Each vintage whiskey Glenrothes has unique individual characteristics and is available in limited quantities, by far the majority of this delicious beverage bottles have been sold, they occupy a worthy place in the collections of whiskey connoisseurs. Glenrothes 1985 was made from the finest malt at the peak of its maturity and the first bottled after 12 years of aging in 1997. Worked on its creation one of the best blenders world - John Ramsay, who left the company in 2009, Glenrothes. In the same year and poured the last drops of this fine whiskey, which, thanks to an additional twelve-year aging in barrels of sherry has become more mature, complex and delicate taste.
In 2009, at the prestigious International Wine & Spirit Competition Glenrothes 1985 was awarded the Gold Medal and the title of "Best in class", and in 2007 at the international competition The San Francisco World Spirits Competition Gold Medal.