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Arran 2004 (bottled 2014) Orkney Bere Barley

(70cl, 56.2%)

Arran 2004 (bottled 2014) Orkney Bere Barley

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Arran '04-'14 Bere Barley Bottling Note

Arran's Orkney Bere Barley single malt returns, and at cask strength, too! This release sees the Isle of Arran distillers teaming up with the the University of the Highlands and Islands Orkney College to create this 10 year old expression, made from Bere barley - a very old strain of barley introduced to Scotland over 1,000 years ago. The whisky was distilled in 2004, left to mature in ex-bourbon barrels, before being bottled at 10 years old in 2014. 4,890 bottles were produced.

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Arran 2004 (bottled 2014) Orkney Bere Barley Reviews

Very delicious

This is a particularly interesting expression of Arran's rather big selection of single malts. The palate is especially good and at cask strenth, this is just worth every penny. I would recommend this to anyone, even the inexperinced whisky drinker.

8th May 2015

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