The Glenrothes, the distillery from the Speyside region of Scotland, is set to release its oldest whisky till date, on the next month. It is a 40-year-old single malt Scotch whisky. The whisky was distilled in December 1978 and has been matured in a number of Sherry-seasoned and ex- Bourbon casks.
The whisky reflects aromas of orange oil, cedar wood, peach, and almond. The whisky is said to have notes of sultanas, cinnamon and nutmeg, balanced with tobacco and “soft” oak tannin on the palate.
Only 594 bottles of this beverage will be available through Berry Bros & Rudd. Each of the bottles would be individually numbered and presented in an oak box. The whisky comes at a price of 3574 USD per bottle.