Glenrothes 11 year old

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Alcohol:43
Region:Highlands
Color:Full gold
Nose:Some sherry; very soft fruity-spiciness and a hint of perfumy smokiness; dry fresh oak, cereal-grain, fruity
Body:Medium, silky smooth
Palate:Carassing, lightly malty with the faintest hint of sherry, raisins, and licorice
Finish:Spicy, becoming dry
First Tasted:March 2003
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