I didnt like the unaged cask strenth, but I really enjoyed the 10yr bourbon single cask, and also the sherry casked single cask
But the bourbon single cask was a real treat, and over here (Denmark) the price difference wasnt that big
http://www.binnys.com/spirits/search/?a ... stxt=arran
I might try some, for they relatively cheap price.
The Third Dram wrote:Although the cask-finished editions of Arran provide good entertainment for one's taste buds, the best Arran release I've yet tried was a Bourbon cask matured (cask strength) one distilled in December of 1996 and bottled at 56.6%ABV... A simply radiant whisky.
I also like the cask strength version (bourbon cask).
I tried the Cru Champagne finish at Whisky Live in Glasgow 2006 and that was also something quite extra.
All the Arran malts I've had have been very good. I plan on trying their 10-year-old some time.
Your statement makes me believe that you are a big arran-specialist. But the second sentence turns it to a laugh. How many arrans did you try? 3? 7? 15? Do you know that there are already more than 250 bottlings? (in words: two-hundered-and-fifty)
I tried about 30 of them and IÂ´d say I donÂ´t know much about arran and I donÂ´t dare to give a general statement about it.
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