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The Glenrothes 12YO 70cl Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky £32.90 @ Amazon
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The Glenrothes 12YO 70cl Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky £32.90 @ Amazon

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Posted 8th Apr

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  • The Glenrothes 12 years old is the classic house style of The Glenrothes – fruity and sweet.
  • AROMA: Light fragrance, banana and vanilla TASTE: Banana, lemon and melon with a hint of cinnamon FINISH: Long and sweet, galia melon light spice
  • The Glenrothes 12 years old was awarded a score of 93 at the Ultimate Spirits Challenge 2018.
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ChrisLawson196708/04/2020 09:50

40% ABV a let down. By the time you're paying £35 ish I look for/expect 43 …40% ABV a let down. By the time you're paying £35 ish I look for/expect 43 or even 46%


Just go buy pure ethanol at 100%
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Cheapest it's ever been according to Keepa.
Thank you
Great price, wasn’t to my tastes but friends love this one.
dirge08/04/2020 07:20

Great price, wasn’t to my tastes but friends love this one.


My mistake I was thinking of the ten.
Is it any good ?
What's everyone's verdict who's tried it? No ralfy review.
40% ABV a let down. By the time you're paying £35 ish I look for/expect 43 or even 46%
ChrisLawson196708/04/2020 09:50

40% ABV a let down. By the time you're paying £35 ish I look for/expect 43 …40% ABV a let down. By the time you're paying £35 ish I look for/expect 43 or even 46%


Just go buy pure ethanol at 100%
PhoenixRising08/04/2020 00:42

Cheapest it's ever been according to Keepa.


It has been as low as £30.

I bought a bottle as a gift and the recipient really enjoyed it. I know he prefers a Speyside Whisky though.
ChrisLawson196708/04/2020 09:50

40% ABV a let down. By the time you're paying £35 ish I look for/expect 43 …40% ABV a let down. By the time you're paying £35 ish I look for/expect 43 or even 46%


I don't really see the point in putting ABV as a key priority when considering price. If you're paying £30+ for a bottle of whisky then either you should really like it or you're wasting your money. Personally Lagavulin 16YO is one of my favourites and I notably prefer it to the 8YO which has a 5% higher alcohol content and is cheaper.
Of course ABV isn't the sole reason for buying, but at the price point I can be buying natural colour, non chill filtered and 46%.
This gives a totally different experience, mouth feel and finish.

But please carry on with poorly presented malts when far better available
Yes 46 and non chill filtered makes a big difference. Got Deanston 12yr and wouldnt compare to 25-30 pound bottles you get all the time.
Agree or the Kilkerran 12, or if comparing to Speyside the Benromach 10, albeit 43% rather than 40
This used to be sold in ASDA Glenrothes for about £30, my brother bought some for a friend that moved away (and had to bring it back) and everyone that tried it (him, his friend, my dad, various guests) absolutely hated it.
Spend the extra and get the whisky makers cut, exceptional whisky for £40.
ChrisLawson196708/04/2020 11:10

Of course ABV isn't the sole reason for buying, but at the price point I …Of course ABV isn't the sole reason for buying, but at the price point I can be buying natural colour, non chill filtered and 46%.This gives a totally different experience, mouth feel and finish.But please carry on with poorly presented malts when far better available




Agreed 100% on this.

If someone is going to pay this money, then the go to single malt for me is the Bunnahabhain 12. Natural colour, non-chill filtered, and fantastic value at £36 (and even better when on offer for £30)
N1AK08/04/2020 11:03

I don't really see the point in putting ABV as a key priority when …I don't really see the point in putting ABV as a key priority when considering price. If you're paying £30+ for a bottle of whisky then either you should really like it or you're wasting your money. Personally Lagavulin 16YO is one of my favourites and I notably prefer it to the 8YO which has a 5% higher alcohol content and is cheaper.



Lagavulin 16YO is excellent imho bests some of the samples of some rarer kind ive had a tradeshows etc
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