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The Glenrothes 1991, bottled in 2006, is a warm, fruity, and digestible counterpart to Islay malts. If you had a good day and don't need an intense malt, the Glenrothes is the right companion for you. The nose gets welcomed by flavours of orange and vanilla, together with very slight notes of peanuts and even less turpentine.
The body of the Glenrothes 1991 is soft and warm. It suites with rich notes of toffee and berries. It's a pleasure to hold it in the mouth for a moment before swallow it. After that, the palate is once again soft and warm, lasts a long time and contains wonderful notes of vanilla.
Overall the Glenrothes 1991 is a very good candidate for every whisky collection.