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Arran Machrie Moor Peated - Batch 6

(70cl, 46%)

Arran Machrie Moor Peated - Batch 6

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Machrie Moor 6th Edition Bottling Note

The sixth batch of Arran's peated single malt, with a redesigned paper label. Peated to a level of 20PPM, Machrie Moor is named after the peat bog on the western part of the Isle of Arran.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Classic tropical sand dune notes alongside some alluring peat smoke.

Palate: Golden biscuity barley, pineapple, vanilla, lemon and lime peels, it's what we expect now, and it is goood.

Finish: Long and fruity with lingering peat smoke.

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Arran Machrie Moor Peated - Batch 6 Reviews

Bold but not super complex

It's a pretty consistent peated single malt from nose to finish, nice bold citrus and peat smoke, however it's not as complex as other island drams but at the offering price I'd say it's definitely worth a try before buy.

18th January 2018

Solid Single Malt Scotch

Taste profile similar to the Islay malts, though not as rich or as smokey. Almost like a mellower Ardbeg or Caol Ila. Lots of lemon and lime skin with gingerbread on the palate. Long, sweet, peaty finish. Very good, but not sure it's up there with the Islays in this price range for my money.

26th December 2015

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