Arran 14 Year Old

70cl / 46%
  • Island Single Malt Scotch Whisky
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Arran 14 Year Old
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Released in late 2010, this Arran 14yo is intended to be the standard issue bottling, taking over from the 12yo that appeared in late 2008. As has always been the case with Arran's malt, this has been neither coloured nor chill-filtered and has been bottled at a sensible drinking strength of 46%, for which the management deserve maximum kudos.
Distillery Bottling
14 Year Old
Chill Filtered

Arran 14 Year Old Reviews

Tasting Notes

  • Tasting Notes by Gavin D Smith for Whisky Advocate

    This expression from the Isle of Arran distillery appeared in 2010 and one-third of the component whiskies were matured in European oak casks while two-thirds came from American oak. Very fragrant and perfumed on the nose, with peaches, brandy, and ginger snaps, plus vanilla and mild oak. Smooth and creamy on the palate, with spicy summer fruits, apricots, and hazelnuts. The lingering finish is spicy, buscuity, and slowly drying, with just a hint of salt. 86 Points

3 Customer Reviews

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  • 5
    8 days ago

    I Have tried several single malts, there is usually no single malt that I don't like, all different, all with your place in the world (except those who for some reason comes with a strange taste of throw away, as has happened to me 2 times, some people have already commented something like taste of sulfur?). However there are some of those that emerges in our list of preferences for its quality on the palate, clean and flawless, with a sequence of flavours always with the malt flavor that I really appreciate. With Arran 14 I don't feel flaws, but a good balance between the flavors (that I don't distinguish), with pleasant spicy and a slight effervescence, always with an excellent malt flavor. I think any fan of whiskey will not be indifferent to this arran 14, and some will find here a top whisky.

  • 4
    25 May

    Nose: oak, vanilla, malt, little caramel in background. Palate: Ligfht and creamy. Oak with sweet spices, choco-caramel with little malt. Finish is quite long; starting sweet, then spices kick in and dry finish. Nice dram. Much better with water!

  • Scotch guru 22 August 2013

    Superb whisky! Arran 14 offers the same fruity tones as its younger version, namely the 10 YO expression; however, it is distinctly more complex and mature with longer finish with creamier texture. Arran most certainly delivers what the Speysider Cragganmore 12 promises yet fails to deliver: a smooth, perfumy, and fruity single malt that is the perfect choice for spring and summer.