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Arran Distillery, founded in 1995, is the first new distillery on the Isle of Arran for more than 160 years. Once there were 50 distillers on the island, but they disappeared one by one. The new Arran Distillery is relatively small and is not afraid to experiment, for example with finishing in all kinds of casks, or with the use of prehistoric barley or with peated or unpeated malt. The own single-malt bottlings come under the brand The Arran Malt.
A standard bottle of the Arran Distillery on the island of the same name. In the nose you will find citrus, melon, toffee and cream. The taste is more spicy and fruity, with some coconut. This 10-year, 46% malt is sturdy and subtle at the same time.
You can consider the Arran 10 years old as a standard bottling of the Arran Distillery. Nicely drinkable, light and uncomplicated, this is a single malt whisky for everyday or for an evening with friends. A nice introduction to the brand too.
A very nice price/quality ratio with this 14-year-old Arran. A basket with tropical fruit and herbs in the nose, complexity in the taste, well balanced. Just give it time to develop. Bottled at 46%.
This 18 year old Arran is bottled in 2016 at 46% after aging on both bourbon and sherry casks. This produces a very fruity dram, with flavors of orange, red fruit, honey and vanilla. Feels full and creamy in the mouth.
An exemplary Arran single malt whisky, this bottling from the German quality bottler Maltbarn. The whisky matured for 23 years on a bourbon cask before Maltbarn bottled it at cask strength (51.1%). The distillery profile is clearly noticeable.
Bottler Gordon & MacPhail released a 19-year-old Arran single malt whisky in their series Connoisseurs Choice. The whisky from the Scottish island of Arran matured in a refill bourbon barrel, is bottled at 46% and is not chill-filtered.
Island distillery Arran too ventures into experiments with less common maturing casks. This single malt whisky, specially intended for the Dutch market, matured for about 10 years in Saint Émilion wine casks. Edition: 1920 bottles at cask strength (54.9%)
Certainly not complex, young but full of taste. Together with the very reasonable price, this Arran Lochranza Reserve is an excellent introduction to single malt whisky. At 43%.
'Quarter Cask' the name says it all: This Arran single malt whisky is aged in small casks. The smaller the cask, the greater the wood influence, the faster the maturation appears to be. This also applies to this distillery bottling at cask strength (56.2%
This Arran is not only a tribute to the poet Robert Burns, but also a beautiful entry into the world of single malt whisky. In the nose: vanilla, pear, peach, green apples. The mouthfeel is creamy. A very drinkable dram, at 43%.
A new bottle and label design, the Isle of Arran Distillery has put on a new coat. And in this new look, for example, this sherryed single malt whisky at cask strength appears, the Arran Sherry Cask in the new Bodega series. 55.8%
For those who want to get acquainted with the single malt whisky from The Isle of Arran Distillery, or with single malt whisky in general, this is a nice 'entry-level bottle'. The whisky matured in American oak casks and is bottled at a friendly strength.
This single malt from the Arran Distillery is finished in amarone casks, which gives the whisky extra fruity notes. From the cask finish series, an 'experimental' line from Arran. At 50%.
Machrie Moor is the brand under which Arran releases peated malt. And within this brand there are the Cask Strength bottlings in a limited edition. The Machrie Moor's have their own character, different from the peated Islay's for example.
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