Glenrothes 32 year old

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Alcohol:50
Region:Highlands
Color:Gold
Nose:Mildly citrussy and herbal, minty, some delightful oak
Body:Medium, round, balanced
Palate:Quite syrupy and lively, icing sugar, mince pies in front of a log fire.
Finish:Deft vanilla oak slowly dries the sweet malt. Lots of cream toffee to finish
First Tasted:April 2009
Price: $$$$
Number: 250
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