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Glenrothes Whisky Maker's Cut Signed Bottle 70cl / 48.8%
Glenrothes Whisky Maker's Cut Signed Bottle 70cl / 48.8%
Glenrothes Whisky Maker's Cut Signed Bottle 70cl / 48.8%
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Lot 64069

Glenrothes Whisky Maker's Cut Signed Bottle 70cl / 48.8%

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Distillery Bottling

Single Malt Scotch Whisky

Scotland

Speyside

48.8%

Description

A bottle of Glenrothes Whisky Maker's Cut single malt Scotch whisky. This was matured in first fill sherry casks and bottled at the strength selected by the distillery's Master Whisky Maker.

The label describes the character of the whisky: Creamy vanilla, orange peel and nutmeg.

This bottle is signed by the Glenrothes Master Whisky Maker Gordon Motion, and comes with a branded notepad.

Donated by Clara Ross of Edrington.

Glenrothes distillery was built by James Stuart & Co. with William Grant, Robert Dick and John Cruikshank in 1878, during challenging financial circumstances due to the collapse of the Glasgow Bank. A timely loan from the United Free Presbyterian Church of Knockando allowed the distillery to begin operations in 1879. The distillery changed its name to Glenrothes-Glenlivet in 1884 and three years later it merged with Islay Distillery Co., owner of Bunnahabhain, to form Highland Distillers. With a reputation as excellent blending whisky, Glenrothes malt found its way into the Cutty Sark and Famous Grouse blends. The distillery was damaged by fire in 1897, and six years later an explosion caused significant damage. The 1960s saw expansion from four to six stills, and over the next 26 years this was raised to 10 stills. In 1987, Glenrothes joined the Berry Bros portfolio and the firm repackaged the brand and began to release single vintage malts in the early 1990s. Today, The Glenrothes is owned by Edrington.

Condition

Please see images for fill level and label condition. Note damage to the box.

Note the absence of a condition statement does not imply that this lot is in perfect condition or free from wear and tear, imperfections or the effects of ageing.
This bottle does not appear to be leaking. While we take every care to pack bottles securely we cannot guarantee that old corks and closures will not leak in transit.

Fill Level

Upper shoulder

Approx. shipping weight

3kg
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