Glenrothes Vintage Reserve Sample3cl / 40%
- Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky
- The Perfect Measure
A marriage of 10 vintages from 1989 to 2007, this is a very approachable introduction to Glenrothes' range. Creamy with notes of nuts and red fruit.
This is a 3cl sample from the original bottling of:
Glenrothes Vintage Reserve
Glenrothes Vintage Reserve Reviews
Producer's Tasting Notes
Appearance: Brassy gold
Bouquet: Unusually fragrant, soft in style, wafts of mature citrus and honeycomb accompanied with characteristic red fruits.
Palate: Very soft silky/creamy mouth-feel. Red berry fruits swirl and dominate with time over the nebulous nuttiness.
Finish: Mid to long citrus and honeyed vanilla and the faint reminder of 1st fill sherry casks.
11 Customer Reviews
Me and a friend who is a Glenrothes fan are starting to make our way through the ageless range. This one has a bit more about it. Nose: Honey and cinnamon. Taste: slight sherry. Fruit cake. Vanilla. Finish: sherry and caramel. A lot smoother with water. For me this is an after dinner dram .
Received as a gift from my son after my election to public office. It is an excellent sipping whiskey when drunk neat, smooth, fruity, mild spice, and long delicious finish.. I especially like the weight and mouth feel, but was disappointed when I had some in a slightly wet glass.One of my favorite whiskies.
A smooth, mellow whisky and the perfect nightcap.
Smooth as buttered silk, and eminently quaffable. Honey is the predominate taste, and the mouth-feel is rather creamy. It would be all too easy to over indulge on this naughty little persuader.
Love this expression. Glenrothes Is always a cut above the rest and this is an amazing example of their scotch.
Absolutely love it! I am, and have been for a long time, a scotch lover. This is the best scotch, in my humble opinion, that I've ever had the pleasure of drinking!
Taste is too short and a bit floral, dissappointing for the money
Really nice Speyside whisky! At the price, a really good value. Will buy again. Great value.
Mediocre and a bit disappointing. I usually enjoy Glenrothes's offerings. Tastes like an oloroso sherry cask...an unfortunate trend over the last few years.
Very soft and easy sipping scotch. I prefer the peat of Laphroaig. However, for an oak and woody flavor, this one takes the top for me so far. Quality and value.
Very nice and easily drinkable single malt