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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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This is a well crafted whisky. I find good young whisky are driven by excellent quality grain and careful distillation. As excellent aged whisky are the above with with the addition of good quality cask maturation. This whisky is a young whisky coming of age. I had a whisky tasting with friends and this was the first of 6 whisky's and a perfect choice. Will buy again.
10th December 2016
I Have tried several single malts, there is usually no single malt that I don't like, all different, all with your place in the world (except those who for some reason comes with a strange taste of throw away, as has happened to me 2 times, some people have already commented something like taste of sulfur?). However there are some of those that emerges in our list of preferences for its quality on the palate, clean and flawless, with a sequence of flavours always with the malt flavor that I really appreciate. With Arran 14 I don't feel flaws, but a good balance between the flavors (that I don't distinguish), with pleasant spicy and a slight effervescence, always with an excellent malt flavor. I think any fan of whiskey will not be indifferent to this arran 14, and some will find here a top whisky.
25th November 2016
Apricot, sweet citrus fruits, and sea spray. This is like walking along an empty, foggy beach with an old dock in the background eating an apricot. Delicious flavors and so drinkable. I have been drinking scotch for about 2 years now and this is easily my favorite.
9th October 2016
Respect for an non-chillfiltered and no additional colour product!Lovely nose... Peaches, oranges, vanilla, oak.I expected a thicker and more full-bodied whisky, more complexity. Lack of maturity on the palate. No taste wave, but it's harmony there, and it's an ok dram with hint of salt in the finish. Ok for its price.I think the distillery needs more time to develop more refined products. 1995 is not a long time ago when it comes to evolution...
15th August 2016
Nice and fruity tried a double in Arran whish id bought that rather than the Lochranza single malt , fruity and smooth a pleasant surprise
21st July 2016
Best whisky I ever tasted in this price group. So addictive it should be banned. Yummie..
12th June 2016
Really solid. This has a very nice long spicy finish.
3rd June 2016
UCF, NC, 46%, Ralfy's best of the Arran range, sherry, strong fruit, full, complex, citrus & spicy finish…long. Why are there so many malts 2x to 3x this price that are thin, weak, colored, and simple? Keep producing Arran!
2nd June 2016
very good smooth
13th April 2016
Lovely stuff. Tried a batch of samples from across the different regions, and settled on Arran 14.Not too sweet, Not too nippy. Leaves a warm glow, as a good dram of malt should.
31st December 2015
This certainly hits my sweet spot. Lovely nose with sherry and a meadow of wild flowers in high summer. Perfectly balanced with good chewy mouth feel, toffee, vanilla, honey, flowers, hint of almond, no burn and a long, lingering finish full of spices and a little liquorice root. Absolutely marvellous. I'll be back for another bottle of this for sure.
30th November 2015
I was looking for something different from my usual pot stills and this was recommended by a local off license owner.It is fantastic. The nose is massive sherry with some floral notes.On drinking it becomes very floral, with a lot of sweeter notes, I get slight marzipan, honey & heather and a tiny bit of toffee.The finish lingers just long enough to enjoy and has some nice spices in there.Fantastic whisky and a great one to add variety to any collection. I will always have a bottle of this.
3rd August 2015
Impressive whisky. Fresh, sweet and full. Arran goes in the right direction.
10th May 2015
We found this dram to be pleasantly creamy, a nice vanilla tinge, with complex blossomy undertone, with an after taste of charred wood.
15th December 2014
in my top 3 of all time - and i have had a lot of good whisky!
7th December 2014
10/10 that is all
6th December 2014
Forget the price, this is as good as bottles i have had which are 5x the price. Simply stunning whisky.
18th November 2014
Was hesitating in buying it.... What a good choice. Real good stuff.
1st October 2014
I'm finishing the last dram of the bottle just now. I've really enjoyed it. Fruity citrus, vanilla, a hint of honey, note of apple blossom and sea salt? Warm. Pull on your wool sweater, put it in a flask and take it on a walk along the shore or a hill top.
30th May 2014
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
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.J.Saxon
28th October 2013