Arran 14 Year Old
Also from Arran Whisky Distillery
Whisky or Whiskey
What's in a name? Arran 14 Year Old whisky is called whisky because it's produced in Scotland. Were it from America it would be spelled Arran 14 Year Old whiskey, rather than whisky.
Arran 14 Bottling Note
The 2010 release from Arran, the 14 year old replaces the previous benchmark, the 12. This was finished in fresh bourbon and sherry hogsheads 2 years before it was bottled. The result is a sweet, fruity arran with all that wonderful malt we love!
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The body and character of a scotch with the finesse of a an Irish whisky
Smooth and fiery with a fruity body with a creamy vanilla malt finish. Bought this on recommendation and could not be happier with it.
7th April 2014
This is a very good whisky
22nd March 2014
Having read mixed reviews about this malt, my curiosity finally got to me and i purchased a bottle. And i am so glad that i did. This is a very very good whisky! Fullbodied, sweet, fruity, balanced and a little heat in finish. And i just love the nose on this one. Pluss it's bottled at 46%, no coloring and non chill filtring, well done Arran ! Will definitely buy another bottle when i have finished this one.
Love from Norway
21st March 2014
For the Educated.
Isle of Arran distillers are now producing real quality malts and this is a cracker! Lots of zesty fruit with that wonderful trademark Arran golden spice. I truly feel that these are best appreciated by an educated drinker such as myself but of course they are available to anyone.
28th October 2013