Arran 10 year old

Apr 22, 2015 1 Comment by

Alcohol:46
Region:Highlands
Color:Light gold
Nose:Yeast and dough, vanilla, hints of lemon juice and cider, reminiscent of flat champagne
Body:Light to medium
Palate:Butter and cream with a strong citrus presence, pencil shavings and nutmeg. Needs no water
Finish:Golden syrup and fades ever so slowly
First Tasted:April 2008
Price: $$
Number: 218
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One Response to “Arran 10 year old”

  1. Jeep says:

    God I love this scotch! From the spicy nose to the long warm finish, it’s a total pleasure. The alcohol is just right at 46%. Mmmmmmmm!!

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