Glenrothes reveals 36-year-old Scotch with NFT

An NFT in collaboration with Illustrator Maddie Dye

Maddie Dai Glenrothes 36 NFT illustration

To further enhance the experience of The Glenrothes 36 Year Old Single Cask Scotch Whiskey, the bottle comes with exclusive NFT image of Maddie Dye. Maddie Dye’s black and white engraving – which pays homage to the iconic New Yorker Style – where it transforms through unexpected moments Scotland And New York Come to life. A once-static image will amaze whiskey lovers with subtle movements that reveal the special ingredients found in Maddie’s art. In addition, Maddie’s monochromatic sketches will be enhanced by color strokes of whiskey and highlight the two worlds that inspired her creation.

“Glenrothes is a hidden gem among single malt Scotch whiskeys, with a multi-layered background, valued by those who understand the rewards that can be seen and followed beyond the norm,” he said. Gregory Kozolino, Marketing director of the Breakthrough brand in Edrington. “This release embodies what it means to explore beyond what is expected and nurtures a deeper perspective, starting with a complex, beautifully balanced whiskey, then inviting the exploration of a larger world that The Glenrothes and Bridge builds. New York City An NFT ship that our innovative founders would undoubtedly accept. “

Glenrothes will live in Solana, one of the most sustainable blockchains on the NFT market. The NFT experience not only appreciates the price of a limited 36-year-old bottle of whiskey, but also provides a unique opportunity for buyers to delve deeper into the story of The Glenrothes Distillery. To further immerse oneself in The Glenrothes World, NFT owners will also have the opportunity to participate in rare and exclusive real-life experiences. New York City And around the world, including the possibility of distillery travel – which has traditionally been closed to visitors.

Glenrothes 36 Testing Note

Glenrothes 36 in a testing glass

I’m very familiar with The Glenrothes portfolio – in fact, 18-year-old expression is a major theme in my bar cart. But, honestly, what can you say about the 36-year-old? It’s a little hard to describe as interesting as a whiskey but I will definitely try.

Start with fragrance. As you might expect from The Glenrothes, your senses are first greeted with a fruitful character. Ripe peaches are quite present with hints of extra candied peel, sweet ginger, fresh nuts and rose oil. As you taste the whiskey, that fruity character continues – tropical fruit and orange zest are balanced against a fine vanilla sweet, light oak and mild spice. The finish is very sweet because the fruit notes are durable and have a mild aroma.

One very interesting thing to note – at least from my palate – though The Glenrothes 36 volume is 41.4% alcohol (ABV), with the initial scent as well as its bite and snap during the first sip suggesting higher, almost overproof, strength. I had to take the bottle twice to make sure we weren’t actually drinking some overproof stuff. Far from the experience and enjoyment, this sensation invited me to taste the whiskey in my mouth, like the expression of a barrel of energy.

Where to buy and price

The Glenrothes 36 Year Old 1978 Single Cask # 3631 has a suggested retail price $ 3,600 And available to select Fine Soul retailers across the United States and exclusively through online

Photo report from the release event

Glenrothes took place at the 36-year-old single barrel release event Hotel in Irving Place In the Gramercy Park neighborhood of Manhattan. Guests were given not only to taste the new release, but also two signature cocktails, as well as other expressions from The Glenrothes portfolio. After the release and tasting, guests head to the garden before returning to the general area of ​​the hotel for live jazz and fun meals. hors d’ouevres.

Guests take the Glenrothes 36-year-old single barrel testing glasses

Glenrothes 36 release event program

Guests are appreciating the bottle

A guest sniffs Glenrothes 36 single barrel

A guest praises The NFT image of The New Yorker's Maddie Dye

Bar at Irving Place Hotel

Pour a cocktail at The Glenrothes 36 release event

Guests were served live jazz music at the Glenrothes 36 release event

Photography by Amy Unize.