Because of Glenrothes Single Malt Scotch we believe that whiskey is a bit like a man, or perhaps a wine, in that it matures in barrels by their easy pace. Sometimes it takes longer than we expected, and sometimes it is earlier. But whether it’s a vintage, single barrel or one of our house reserves bottle of Glenrothes, it is considered ready when it is at the peak of ripeness to ensure that everyone enjoying in the best.
Any scotch lover is very familiar with the Glenrothes distillery, and now they have a unique opportunity to have a rare copy of this prestigious brand. From May, in the United States, in stores, you can buy a The Glenrothes Single Cask 1969 #11485 at the price of $7,000. This cask was distilled on July 10, 1969, with Cask #11485, and it comes bottled in a hand-blown lead crystal decanter and housed in a leather-bound carrying case.
“Very old and rare whiskies are becoming as valuable and sought after as pieces of art,” says David King, President of Anchor Distilling. “In many ways The Glenrothes 1969 is a reflection of the quality of the liquid in its purest form. Add to that the elegant presentation and you have a true gem.” Anchor Distilling Company will import only 28 bottles of The Glenrothes Single Cask 1969 #11485, so you better hurry up with orders.