Glenrothes distillery is sometimes the subject of confusion in Scotland, as it is located a good 150 miles away from the well-known town of Glenrothes, in Fife, one of the largest towns in the country. The latter was a planned ‘new town’ built after the Second World War, meaning that the distillery (which is named after the town of Rothes in Speyside - the ‘glen’ being added presumably for more whisky-cred) predates it considerably, having been built in 1878.
Distilled 1989, bottled 2003.
Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky. Has Spanish tax strip.
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