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Rosebank (Douglas Laing) - Provenance: 11 years, Spring distillation - 11 y.o. - 43,0%
4F: 4E: 81/100


Rosebank Provenance: 11 years, Spring distillation

Bottler:
Douglas Laing
Age:
11 years
Alcohol:
43,0%
Collection:
Provenance
Bottle details:
non chill filtered
average
81/100
(81,38)
price class:

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Jean-Marie Putz

The nose is marked by discrete hints of smoke and sweet floral notes. A smell of dried grass appears after a while, after some minutes of aeration of the whisky. In the palate, a delicious mix of honey and (very sweet) lemon. A very nice finish, where honey reappears.
84/1002005

Jean-Marie Putz

A third tasting just confirmed the second one.
84/1002005

Jean-Marie Putz

This Rosebank version by Provenance is really surprising. All the freshness of a Lowland and all the power of a Highland. A hint of smoke. And still this nice fuzzy feeling due to un chill filtration. A great sweetness mixed with some acidity, in short a rather complex whole characterizes the palate. A long and complex finish too, from honey to citrus, passing through some fruity fragrances. Another excellent bottle.
84/1002004

Jean-Marie Putz

Quite a metallic impression with hints of yeast... Not really encouraging at the first nosing. After a while, some discrete hay notes appear.
In the palate, discrete slightly acid notes with some fruit, peat and a generally dry impression, though not unpleasant. We are far from a great malt, I'm afraid.
The finish is between bitterness and ripe fruit with a touch of alcohol.
74/1002009

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