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Item ID: 200861
Carn Mor-Glenrothes 1997.
Celebration of the Cask.
Distilled 28 April 1997 at Glenrothes distillery.
Bottled 29 April 2019 by Morrison Mackay, Independent Bottlers.
Cask type: Sherry puncheon.
Cask No: 7168.
Natural cask strength.
Bottles are individually numbered.
Bottled from the darkest sherry casks.
“Black Gold highlights the wonderful marriage of the finest malts of Scotland with the best casks of Jerez de la Frontera”.
Bottle Size: 70cl
Limited Edition: Only 590 bottles produced.
Strength: 58.7% Abv
Approx. Shipping Weight: 2.0 kg
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Tasting Notes-Carn Mor-Glenrothes 1997 Limited Bottling 58.7%
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Morrison Mackay Independent Bottlers
An Independent Scotch Whisky Merchants and producers of the Carn Mor whisky collection. Based in the Heart of Perthshire, Speyside region, is family owned and strive to provide the best that Scotland can offer. Three generations of experience in Scotch Whisky creates an unrivaled passion for Scotland’s national drink.
The values of family ownership create strong relationships with their customers, large or small, wherever they are in the world as well as a dedicated team who create a quality of product and service that is unsurpassed.
Information from Morrison Mackay.
The history of The Glenrothes Distillery began when James Stuart who had a passion for whisky and the vision to build a new distillery in the town of Rothes, Speyside, and the Reverend William Sharp, who raised the funds needed to save the distillery from ruin helped to turn James Stuart’s dream into a reality.
James Stuart, born and bred in the town of Rothes, began building it in partnership with local businessmen Robert Dick and William Grant in an old mill next to the Rothes Burn but in the summer of 1878 a financial crisis hit the country and they could no longer finance the build of the distillery. James stepped aside and left Robert and William with a dilemma over what to do next.
Work began on the new distillery in the Summer of 1878 beginning with the construction of the stillhouse, which stood out under an imposing pagoda roof. A large warehouse and mashing room followed. On the 28th December 1879, the first pure spirit flowed from The Glenrothes distillery.
It is one of the few distilleries in Scotland to have its own sources of water for production, processing and spirit reduction located on its estate.
The distillery does not have a visitor centre.
Notes from Glenrothes Distillery.
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