Where is Glenrothes whisky made?

The Glenrothes is a Speyside single malt Scotch whisky. It is made at the Glenrothes distillery located in the town of Rothes in the heart of the Speyside region of Scotland. The distillery sits beside the Burn of Rothes, hidden in a glen on the edge of the town.

Can you visit Glenrothes distillery?

Our distillery is in the town of Rothes, in the heart of Speyside. We don’t have a visitors centre, in fact we don’t even have a road sign.

Who makes Glenrothes whisky?

Edrington Group
The Glenrothes Speyside single malt whisky has been bought by the Edrington Group from its previous owner, a long-established wine and spirits merchant. The sale of the brand by Berry Bros and Rudd brings it into the same ownership as the distillery where it is made.

Where is the Dalmore distillery?

Scottish Highlands
Founded by Alexander Matheson, The Dalmore Distillery prides itself on an unbroken chain of brilliant, visionary and influential craftsmen. Located north of Inverness, the capital of the Scottish Highlands, The Dalmore Distillery is located on a stunning stretch of Scottish coastline.

Is Glenrothes a good scotch?

It’s not as dense or chewy as you might expect from its sherry-centric cask program, but its pleasantly fruity tones and silky texture are certainly appealing. The Glenrothes 12 Year Old is a good candidate for an aperitif whisky, and might go well with pre-dinner savories like cheese, nuts, and salami.

Is Dalmore a peaty?

The Malting Very seldom the Dalmore uses peated malt to achieve distinctive smoky notes. In 1982, the distillery retired its own malting process, opting instead to source its malt from an industrialised distributor.

Why is Dalmore so expensive?

Like the Dalmore 64 Trinitas, it has whiskeys that are more than a century old, dating back to the mid-19th century. The wooden mold used to create its decanter took over 100 hours to hand craft, and the platinum and crystal decanter that holds Dalmore 62 is part of why it costs a quarter million dollars.

Is Lagavulin single malt?

Lagavulin distillery is a malt whisky distillery in the village of Lagavulin on the south of the island of Islay, Scotland. It distills spirit that is destined to become Islay single malt Scotch whisky. The name Lagavulin is an anglicisation of Lag a’ Mhuilinn, the Scottish Gaelic for hollow of the mill.

What is the smoothest single malt scotch?

Top 10 Best Light & Smooth Whiskies

  • Auchentoshan 1978. Rating: 88/100.
  • Bushmills 21 Year Old. Rating: 87/100.
  • Auchentoshan 21 Year Old. Rating: 85/100.
  • Glenmorangie 18 Year Old Extremely Rare. Rating: 86/100.
  • Redbreast 12 Year Old. Rating: 84/100.
  • Knappogue Castle 1995.
  • Balvenie 14 Year Old Caribbean Cask.
  • Tomintoul 14 Year Old.

Does Dalmore use coloring?

In order to maintain a standard look and feel, many producers began using E150 – a natural color additive made from caramel. Pouring a glass of Dalmore 12-year, you will be struck by its deep dark color.