The Last Drop 1968 Glenrothes cask 13508 Single Malt Whisky

With only 309 bottles produced worldwide, the Last Drop 1968 Single Malt Scotch Whisky is the ultimate in rare and collectible whiskies. Cask 13508 yielded 141 bottle sets. Complex, mellow aromas are at once fruity and herbal with an elusive whiff of scented smoke, a trace of cigar boxes and after a while a hint of candlewax. The texture is oily and the taste sweet and centre palate, with some saltiness and peppery spice in the long warming finish and a slightly mentholic aftertaste. Comes with a 50mL miniature, elegant leather box and booklet.

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