After 25 years of silence… a sleeping giant awakens. Once the beating heart of the Scottish town of Falkirk, Rosebank Distillery was established on the banks of the Fourth & Clyde Canal in 1840 and produced a whisky that was often described around the world as the ‘King of the Lowlands’ until it’s gates closed in 1993. The Distillery was saved from becoming a footnote in history by Ian Macleod Distillers in 2017, and now the arduous yet ‘feel-good’ process of restoring and reopening the distillery has begun.
Soon Rosebank’s unique combination of worm tub condensers and triple distillation will once again be used to create whisky. While we patiently wait for their whiskies to come of age, the distillery has just released a small allocation of a 30-year-old to the Australian market that was laid down in 1990 and bottled in 2020, now available on our virtual shelves. Rosebank: A spirit reawakened.
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