Rosebank Distillery was established in Falkirk in 1840 by James Rankine. Rosebank Distillery was situated at the junction of the Forth and Clyde Canal and the Union Canal in Scotland’s Lowland whisky region and was equipped with three copper stills and round wooden worm tubs. Rosebank was a malt whisky distillery which produced triple distilled whisky but closed in 1993. Many of Rosebank Distillery’s buildings have been demolished and it is now a lost Scottish Lowland malt whisky distillery.
NOSE: Opens clean & fresh – carrying a fruity, sweet, candy quality plus a light honey & vanilla character.
PALATE: Initially peppery in style, then mouthcoats with a macedonia of spiced, macerated, fresh fruit.
FINISH: Long - now carrying a sweetly gristed character that runs drier & spiced to a more oaky style.