I tried the 10 so many months ago that I don't really recal it that well. In fact I bought it because I liked the packaging back then and it was not that expensive !!
I know; a strange way to pick whiskies to try but as I like honey a lot it let me to start with Dalwhinnie 15 y and Highland Park 12 y !! Not a bad place to start at all I learned later !!
As I am still a novice malt drinker I still feel it hard to reckognize the tastes described in tasting notes let alone write some myself.
But I feel its quite a pleasant drinkable whisky for the summer months with its citrus fruits taste and finish!!
I will surely try some more Arran malts in the future including some special finishes.
MoreDalmore wrote:I will surely try some more Arran malts in the future including some special finishes.
Best one I've had to this point in time was a cask strength release matured in ex-Bourbon wood... Seemed to suit the characteristics of the distillate to a tee.
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