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Rosebank, true jewel of Lowlands, survived big industry downturn of the 1980s only to be abruptly mothballed in 1993. It was a small and rather inefficient distillery with the capacity of little over 500 000 liters of spirit per annum. Now Rosebank is one of the most mourned silent distilleries, almost as much as Brora and Port Ellen. The 2014 Diageo Special Release contains whisky distilled during 1992, months before the distillery was mothballed, never to reopen. It was aged exclusively in refill white American oak barrels and bottled at natural strength of 55.3% abv with an outrun of 4530 bottles.
Nose: floral and fragrant with subtle earthy notes, summer meadow, oranges, grapefruits, lemon curd, vanilla, toffee, hints of chamomile and aniseed.
Palate: pretty rich, malty, vanilla custard, marshmallows, grapes, plums, pineapple, sweetened lemon juice, candied ginger, touch of hay and oak.
Finish: fairly long, vanilla, candied lemon peel and delicate oaky dryness.