Country Scotch Whisky
Region Island Whisky
Distillery/Brand Arran
Style Single Malt Whisky

Arran Machrie Moor

The limited edition batches of Arran's peated Machrie Moor single malt have proved very popular indeed. So popular, in fact, that the distillery on the eponymous island has made the decision to add it to its permanent range! Ideal!

The name for this expression comes from a mysterious peat bog on the western side of the island. Not only will you find peat at Machrie Moor, but stone circles too - one of which was apparently used by a giant to tether its dog to. Hence the dog on the label (its name is Bran).

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose Peppery malt with a hint of baked earth sneaking in there. Balanced by orchard fruit and eucalyptus.

Palate A burst of lychee juice as it opens, before waves of dry smoke and cut grass appear.

Finish Lingering orange zest and lemongrass.

Allergy information

This product does not contain any notifiable allergens
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Reviews for Arran Machrie Moor
Paint stripper
Nose, pallette and after taste awful.

Also ironic the use of a dog logo on the only non dog friendly distillery out of the 11 visited on the Islands.
Andrew C , United Kingdom
one month ago
A tasty tipple I tried on a whim. Good bottle, nice tube, and impressive whisky. Strong iodine and salt, big but subtle smokiness. It's kind of like a refined laphroaig; still got a punch but tempered.
Slack , United Kingdom
one month ago
NHS whisky
Vile. Maybe it was just my bottle but it tasted of hospital. I literally threw this down the sink after two attempts to get past the overpowering smell and taste of institutional cleaning products.
G , United Kingdom
one year ago
Ohhhh don’t mind if I do scrumptious mmm
Ohhhhh yes! This is wow. I really seriously genuinely literally like that yes I really do. The sniffs, the sips, wow. Flavour will blow your mind out, tasty, scrumptious, yummm. Arran whisky is my friend, my lover, and my god. All hail Arran. I will finish by saying… YES PLEASE!
Master of Malt Customer
one year ago
Fantastic Peated Whiskey.
Really delicious if you are into your peated whiskies. A cheaper alternative to Lagavulin 16 with a lot of the same qualities. I'd heartily recommend it.
Sam S , United Kingdom
2 years ago