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The Arran 14 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky (700ml)
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- ABV 46%
We were enamored with Arran's early efforts which were defined by pristinely clean, sweet, unpeated malt. Like many others, Arran has diversified its portfolio since its inception, now offering a range of wood finishes, cask strength bottlings and even a peated whisky (it seems every distillery has to have at least one nowadays!) Their latest collection to land in Australia places Arran along side the likes of Springbank and Bruichladdich for sheer innovation and breadth.Tasting note: Sensuous, cream like aromatics gradually tease out hints of salted roast nuts and honeyed malt, though the intensity takes some encouraging to build. A soft, wonderfully clean delivery features Arran’s trademark pristine malt coupled with purring spices unfolding across the palate with terrific length. Perfect balance. Finishes creamy, shortbread-like along with hints of vanilla and cocoa and possesses solid staying power. The stand out Arran from our recent tastings. The palate length really is exceptional. 46% Alc./Vol. Other reviews... World Whisky Awards 2011, winner 'Island (non Islay) 13 to 20 yrs'
World Spirits Competition 2012 : awarded 'Double Gold' ...A superb whisky, but the evidence that there has been a subtle shift in emphasis, with the oak now taking too keen an interest, is easily attained.
89.5 points - Jim Murrays Whisky Bible 2018 This expression from the Isle of Arran distillery appeared in 2010 and one-third of the component whiskies were matured in European oak casks while two-thirds came from American oak. Very fragrant and perfumed on the nose, with peaches, brandy, and ginger snaps, plus vanilla and mild oak. Smooth and creamy on the palate, with spicy summer fruits, apricots, and hazelnuts. The lingering finish is spicy, biscuity, and slowly drying, with just a hint of salt.
86 points - whiskyadvocate.com, reviewed by: Gavin Smith (Spring 2012)