Region: Highlands- Island
Age: 14 y/o
Notes: Non chill-filtered
Appearance: Bright new gold.
Nose: Wildflower honey, vanilla pudding, butterscotch pudding, heather.
On the palate: Full-bodied and buttery. Hard toffees, sweet cream butter, blondies, wild thyme.
Finish: Hot and buttery. Like freshly made caramel corn, not entirely cooled yet.
Parting words: Founded in 1995, Isle of Arran Distillers is one of the youngest distilleries in Scotland producing whisky. This 14 year old expression, released in 2010, is their oldest expression to date. It’s a good, solid single malt. It is firmly in the tradition of the Highlands with plenty of sherry and bourbon notes, but with the maritime tang of the costal malts. Isle of Arran is on the right track, and this is a good whisky for a distillery of any age. Isle of Arran 14 y/o is recommended.