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Arran 14 Year Old

A smattering of late pepper dust

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@WTCReview by @WTC

7th Nov 2010


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This whisky represents the islands in our regions of scotland tasting.

Dominic Roskrow's notes: "Nose: Buttery and light, floral with touches of summer meadow, some lemon. Palate: Fresh and vibrant, with vanilla, lemon, grapefruit and menthol. There's a smattering of late pepper dust. Finish: Medium, clean, fresh and spicy".

Dominic visited Arran over the summer, his blog is here thewhiskytastingclub.co.uk/Blogs/domblog/…

other club member comments "Much spicier than the 12 but still lovely. Finish never descends into bitterness." "A whisky that keeps giving. Loooooooong!" "Nose: esters / pear drops and bananas but leave it in the glass for 30 mins and it turns more creamy" "If you liked the previous expressions you will like this. I thought it better than the 12 year old, more like a grown up version of the 10 year old."

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