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GLENROTHES 1988 SCOTCH (750 ML)

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    A 1988 vintage from The Glenrothes, matured for almost 25 years before bottling. The palate has a silky mouthfeel with wonderful rich fruit and a weight and depth that belies its 43% bottling strength.

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    The first edition of the 1988 vintage came in 2009, when the then Glenrothes malt master, John Ramsay, bottled some of the whisky, but decided that the rest needed to spend more time in cask. Glenrothes 1988 2nd Edition was matured in a mix of first fill American oak Sherry hogsheads and refill Sherry butts. Bottled at 44.1% abv, it is higher in strength than the 1st Edition (which was 43% abv) and, said Glenrothes, has ‘greater intensity and a richer character’.