So, time for another interesting IB! This time, brought to me by an amazing waitress at The Feather’s Pub. Seriously, go there, they don’t give me anything to say this, it’s just really, really tasty, and there’s 400 different single malts, most of which are IB.
Anyway, today I’ll be reviewing Glenrothes 1989 Liquid Gold Caledonian Selection. I’ve never heard nor seen anything by Liquid Gold before, so I was very interested in this product.
And… well, shit, I can’t really find out anything about Liquid Gold. At all. I can tell they are an Independent Bottler, some guy in Germany had some as well… uh… help?
Anyone who knows anything, feel free to comment.
Glenrothes themselves like to be quite enigmatic as well: They have released NAS bottlings since 1993. They mix up Ex-Sherry and Ex-Bourbon casks.
Also, Glenrothes is owned by Berry Brother’s and Rudd, which is…
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