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Rosebank distillery, founded in 1840 by James Rankine, produced traditional Lowland style, triple-distilled, smooth and floral whisky. The distillery ceased production in 1993 and the reason given was its inefficiency and effluent treatment, which would require a £2 million upgrade to comply with new European standards. In 2002 Diageo sold the distillery site to British Waterways. Rosebank 1990, part of Gordon & MacPhail Rare Old range (RO/15/11), contains whisky aged in refill sherry hogsheads. Released in 2015 with an outrun of 602 bottles.
Nose: floral and fragrant, rose petals, beeswax, pine needles, hints of lavender, apples, pears, lemon peel and touch of eucalyptus.
Palate: fruity and floral, apples, bananas, gooseberries, quince jelly, lemon grass, pepper, sugar roasted almonds, traces of vanilla and milk chocolate.
Finish: pretty long, fruity with notes of milk chocolate and vanilla custard.