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Isle of Arran 11 Year Old 1999 - NC2 (Duncan Taylor)

(70cl, 46%)

Isle of Arran 11 Year Old 1999 - NC2 (Duncan Taylor)

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Arran 10 NC2 Bottling Note

Distilled at Arran in 1999 and aged for 11 years before bottling by Duncan Taylor in 2011. Non chillfiltered and non caramel coloured (thus the name).

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Dry with notes of rapeseed oil, buttered toast, vanilla and fruit. Some grist and sweet porridge.

Palate: Buttery and sweet with notes of apple peel, pear cider and crème caramel. Hints of zest and just a touch of sea salt.

Finish: Sweet and creamy, hints of oats, toasted nuts and oil.

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Isle of Arran 11 Year Old 1999 - NC2 (Duncan Taylor) Reviews

Absolutely beautiful

Without anything standing out in particular, this bottling manages to bring everything together in a harmony, a balance so perfect I've never encountered it before. Take the nose for example. Completely enchanting, but for the life of me, I can't say precisely why. Something like the Golden Mean of whiskies...

21st June 2012

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