Glenrothes 1992/2004 (43%, OB) Colour: yellow gold. Nose: less fresh and playful, and more spirity. Caramel, oak, nuts, some sherry… Less complex than the older version. Gets flowery after a minute or two, and fruity as well (apple compote), but the whole is somewhat restrained. Some winey notes take control after a while. Mouth: quite a lot of sherry, but somewhat restrained. Much less complex and interesting than it’s older brother. Gets a little watery and fragmented, with some bitter orange on one side an some wood on the other side. Gets quite honeyed… Rather short finish, on honey and oak. Not bad, sure, but nothing special either. 80 points.