Ivar wrote:The last bottling of Rosebank FF 12 yo OB from Diageo must obviously be older than the former bottlings - maybe as much as approching a difference of two years in cask. Has anyone investigated into the differences between bottlings of Rosebank, as to be able to descern between the last and former bottlings, e.g. different LOT-numbers (or whatever it is called, the small print on the neck or elsewhere, with a combination og letters and numbers)?
Yes, you should be able to see the year of bottling on the bottom of the bottle. In many bottles, the year of bottling are the two first digits.
There might be differences between the batches, but since I haven't tasted the Rosebank F&F since last Christmas, I can't help you.
I have two bottles of the F&F
One has clearly the numbers 03 in the bottom. The other has no two digit numbers, but a five digit code. (hard to read)
Would that make it older or younger than the other?
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