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Arran Robert Burns Single Malt 70cl 43°

• Volume0.7 L
• Net Weight0.7 kg
• ABV43 °
• TypeSingle malt
• DistilleryArran
• CountryScotland
• RegionArran
• Age6 years
• MaturationSherry & Bourbon
• PeatNon Peated
• PackagingTube
• Reference :22203

39,90 €

This Isle of Arran distillery Single Malt pays a tribute to the famous Scottish poet Robert Burns. This bottling has been officially approved by the Robert Burns World Federation, as the poet also celebrated this spirit in its stanzas.

The owners of the Arran Distillery wanted to produce a Single Malt closer in character to those of the Highlands, rather than the Isles. In spite of its young age (6 years old), this malt shows an amazing aromatic complexity. With the first versions harking back to 1998, Arran gained remarkable richness, complexity and colour. Undoubtely, the maturation deepened the already quite oaky character of this Single Malt.

Arran is the only distillery located on the Isle of Arran, Scotland. It has been established in 1995 in Lochranza.

Arran has been a part of the world of whisky for a long time. In the mid 18th century, the island had nearly fifty distilleries (most of them illegal or “moonlight” distilleries), but they all have closed since then. The new distillery opened in 1995 and renewed the tradition of Arran. The spirit produced on Arran received the “whisky” label in 1998.

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Arran Robert Burns Single Malt 70cl 43°

Arran Robert Burns Single Malt 70cl 43°

Since its earliest versions released in 1998, Arran considerably gained in richness, complexity and colour.

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Colour: bright gold.

Nose: sweet, creamy with notes of honey, spicy caramel and malted barley, reveals chocolatey notes brought by the maturation in Sherry casks.

Palate: a perfect combination of rich malt and vanilla notes. Superb, refreshing and mellow, starting with a sweet fruity lightness (apple, pear) carrying on spices and finely woody notes.

Finish: long and bittersweet, evolving onto vanilla sweetness and malted barley, with a hazelnut and milk chocolate finish.