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Glenrothes Whisky Maker's Cut 70cl 48.8°

Reduced price! Glenrothes Whisky Maker's Cut 70cl 48.8°

Distillery : The Glenrothes / Country : Scotland / Reference: : 24104

This Maker's Cut Whisky is a Single Malt belonging to the Soleo range of the Scottish distillery The Glenrothes. This range includes whiskies only matured in oak barrels that have contained Sherry.

Glenrothes Maker's Cut was bottled at its natural colour after being carefully selected by the Whisky Maker for its intensity.

On tasting, it asserts its resinous and creamy character of vanilla, orange peel and nutmeg.

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78,50 € tax incl.

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Features
Volume0.7 L
ABV48.8 °
TypeSingle malt
DistilleryThe Glenrothes
CountryScotland
RegionSpeyside
MaturationAmerican Oak casks & Oloroso
PeatNon Peated
CharacteristicsNon Chill-Filtered
PackagingCase
Reference:24104

Recognized for the high quality of its Single Malt, the Scottish distillery The Glenrothes stands out for its singularly sweet and fruity distillate obtained by a slow distillation.


The story of the Glenrothes Distillery begins in 1879 with James Stuart, who built a new distillery in the town of Rothes, Sctoland, and the Reverend William Sharp, who raised the funds necessary to save the distillery from ruin and helped transform James Stuart's dream come true.


As a whisky man, James Stuart was convinced that he had to use traditional distillation methods alongside the latest technological advances in production. His conviction was based on four founding principles: having access to a nearby water source to ensure the excellence and purity of his new manufacturing spirit, a slower distillation than usual to make the Single Malt smoother. He was aiming for, the best casks of Sherry to offer a wider range of flavours and a whisky always bottled in the natural colour.

Nose: green with resinous notes of candied bark and fresh oak.

Palate: rich, carried on a creamy vanilla, spices, and orange peels.

Finish: long on fruity notes of orange peel with a hint of nutmeg.