Arran 10 Year Old Malt Miniature
Product Description

A miniature bottle of 10 year old whisky from the Isle of Aran distillery, only distilling since 1995 and already producing a range of excellent drams.

Arran 10 Year Old Malt Miniature

  • Island Single Malt Scotch Whisky
  • Distillery Bottling

5cl / 46%

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Customer Reviews

5 (1 Review)

  • 5

    Free Spirit,

    Look under the surface! :) There are beginner's malts and then there are others. That's not to say that "others" are always better. They are just more "difficult", less accessible and take a bit more experience to enjoy. And I don't mean that in a condescending way. 3 years ago I would probably hate Arran. I love it now. It's like a person who doesn't have the most agreeable personality, yet, once you get to know them, you find they have a lot to offer, an interesting person. Vs. someone who is polite and easy going, yet... that's about all. You know, Mark Twain vs. Ned Flanders or something like that ;) I still enjoy Glenlivet and other similar mainstays, but I derive a lot more interest and engagement from malts like Arran 10. No, it's not my favorite. I rarely think in terms of "Malt A is better than Malt B". Instead I contrast their differences and pick a dram based on mood, weather, occasion, company, etc. I have yet to find a bad single malt.