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Rosebank Distillery founded in 1840 by James Rankine was one of the founding members of Scottish Malt Distillers (1914), the company taken over by DCL in 1929. Rosebank produced traditional Lowland style triple-distilled whisky, smooth and floral, highly demanded by customers. In the late 19th Century Rosebank enjoyed such popularity that the owners had to sell their whisky by allocation and did not hesitate to charge their customers warehouse rent. The distillery closed in 1993 and up to this day is one of the most mourned silent distilleries. The 25 years old expression was launched in 2007 as part of Diageo Special Releases range. The whisky distilled in 1981 was bottled at natural strength of 61.4% abv with an outrun of 4710 bottles.
Nose: leafy and grassy, with notes of green olives, linseed, moist hay and straw, lemon and orange peel, butterscotch, hints of ginger, almonds and oak.
Palate: pretty complex (with drop of water), lemons, plums, peaches, pears, marzipan, hints of vanilla, pepper, lemon grass, touch of cloves and oak.
Finish: very long and clean, lemons, grapefruits, vanilla and pepper.