Arran 14 Years

This is the 14-year-old Arran, which was bottled non chill filtered and therefore with the high ABV of 46%. The Arran distillery was opened by the Queen in 1995.

This is the 14-year-old Arran, which was bottled non chill filtered and therefore with the high ABV of 46%. The Arran distillery was opened by the Queen in 1995.

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500
Arran
Scotland, Islands
Single Malt Whisky
14 Years
46%
0.7 l
Original bottling
Chill filtration - WithoutArtifical colouring - Without
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Nosing
Fruit:
Sweet:
Vanilla:
Salt:
Maritime Notes:
Caramel:
Seaweed:
Pear:
Sherry:
Alcohol:
Dried Fruit:
Honey:
Malt:
Peach:
Peat Smoke:
Pineapple:
Plum:
Tropical Fruit:
Tasting
Sweet:
Fruit:
Spices:
Chocolate:
Nuts:
Zitrus:
Orange:
Sherry:
Hazelnut:
Cake:
Caramel:
Apple:
Date:
Vanilla:
Oak:
Maritime Notes:
Oil:
Salt:
Seaweed:
Almonds:
Cherry:
Cinnamon:
Dried Fruit:
Grape:
Malt:
Pepper:
Raisin:
Finish
Spices:
Sweet:
Maritime Notes:
Fruit:
Salt:
Cinnamon:
Malt:
Oak:
Almonds:
Chili:
Chocolate:
Iodine:
Nuts:
Oil:
Pear:
Sherry:
Vanilla:

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Tasting Notes 3

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28. Jul 2015
Nose:
Sherry, dark fruits, distance note of sea weed, caramel, vanilla, dried fruits, raisins, dried plumbs
Taste:
Smooth, hazelnut, little chocolate, oily, orange peal, Christmas cake, caramel, vanilla, sweet fruits
Finish:
Medium
Nosing:
Dried fruits, vanilla and toffee up front. With a little water a salty tang appears, with caramelised fruits indicating a depth of flavour to come.
Taste:
An initial burst of brine leads onto warming toffee apples and hazelnuts. This is followed by dates, chocolate orange and spiced tea cake. The mouthfeel is overwhelmingly rich and weighty.
Finish:
A trademark Arran finish with cinnamon spices leading back to where the experience began, with a classic island-style salty wave balancing the sweet fruit of the palate.
kroman
26. Jan 2017
Nosing: FruitVanillaCaramel

Taste: Sweet immediately followed by OrangeMalt

Finish: A little bit of Oak and Chocolate

Comment: This was a very enjoyable whisky without any crazy frills, finishes or experimentation. Do you have a friend who prefers bourbon over scotch? Give them a dram of this, and unless they are on a strict budget, they'll never go back to Kentucky again!
smets
12. Jan 2018
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