Chieftain's

Rosebank

1991, Aged 11 Years, Sherry Finish

ABV 43%
REVIEWED Issue 27
Specifications
Brand: Rosebank, Chieftain's, Ian Macleod
Expression: 1991, Aged 11 Years, Sherry Finish
Type: Scotland Whisky / Single Malt
Age: 11 years old
ABV: 43%
Country/Region: Scotland / Lowland
Bottling type: Independent Bottling
Bottled by: Ian Macleod
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Rosebank (Closed 1993) Distillery, Falkirk, Lowland, Scotland
Taster   Martine Nouet
Nose: Floral and fruity. Bluebells. Pears poached in vanilla syrup. Exotic wood. Toasted bread.
Palate: Flowery. Chocolate toffee. Coconut. Burnt cream. Sandalwood.
Finish: Quite delicate, crisp and dry, vanishing on a bitter note. Walnut peel.
Comment: An attractive medium-bodied Rosebank. The sherry finish has added complexity to delicacy. Some exotic notes which makes it really appetising.
8.0
Taster   Dave Broom
Nose: Fresh and appetising if slightly hard to get at. Pear drops, lemon leaf and a hint of smoke.
Palate: Very soft and light. Reminds me, somehow, of fern cakes. Light and lemony.
Finish: Light and soft.
Comment: Straight down the middle of the palate. A nice drink.
7.3
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