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They have a sherried offering that is quite nice sounding as well.The wonderful distillery in Bangalore has never before offered single casks in the US, so snagging this one at 8 full years of age was an absolute coop. 8 years in the heat in Bangalore is like 30+ in Scotland.
Scotch is overrated IMO. Armagnac is delicious, and I'm kind of glad it's flying under the radar in terms of pricing.Just bought a bottle of this for someone for Christmas - aged armagnac (yes I know it's not scotch). I don't fully understand why there's a (literally) order of magnitude difference in aged armagnac vs scotch, but it's nice to be able to try much older spirits without spending $1,000+ a bottle.
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I’ve never tried it, but agree with your larger point. The only caveat for my tastes are the Balvenie peats, they are quite good.
Usually Glenrothes does basically nothing for me but the added abv and sherry aging do well. Very nice as a “winter/holiday” dram and quite affordable too.Holy ship, it’s my first time trying it. It’s damn good. I’m not surprised their master blender said it’s his favorite.
It is very good, looking forward to drinking it again. An aside, that peated dram was good, but I discerned no peat. Maybe I just drink too much LagavulinUsually Glenrothes does basically nothing for me but the added abv and sherry aging do well. Very nice as a “winter/holiday” dram and quite affordable too.