|OVERVIEW||This edition of the Glenrothes range is their 2001 vintage single malt Scotch comes in the Speyside company's redesigned packaging. Ronnie Cox, the director at Berry Bros. & Rudd calls it "...complete and complex integrity in a glass." No wonder he's proud of it when it's so darn tasty!|
Nose: Cereal notes, warm and malty, with suggestions of orange, cherry and caramel underneath.
Palate: Orange comes to the foreground first, vanilla following shortly after. A tiny, spicy hint of apples dusted with cinnamon towards the end.
Finish: Fairly long and dry, the spice lingering.
Overall: As ever with Glenrothes' vintages, this is some top notch whisky.
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