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Arran 21 Year Old 1996 (cask 12357) - Old Particular (Douglas Laing)

(70cl, 52%)

Arran 21 Year Old 1996 (cask 12357) - Old Particular (Douglas Laing)
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Arran 21yo 1996 #12357 Bottling Note

An Old Particular bottling of 21 year old single malt from the Arran distillery on the eponymous island in the Firth of Clyde. It was aged in a refill barrel from July 1996 to February 2018, when it was bottled at 52% ABV with an outturn of 544 by Douglas Laing.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Buttered toast and lemon curd, with a few touches of floral malt.

Palate: Crunchy brown sugar and a hint of grist, though soon overshadowed by salted caramel and sherbet lemon sweeties.

Finish: A flash of dried oak appears right on the tail.

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Arran 21 Year Old 1996 (cask 12357) - Old Particular (Douglas Laing) Reviews

Great

Love this whisky, would definitely buy.

28th January 2019

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