Whisky Arran Sauternes Cask Finish, in tube, 0.7 L
Whisky has a thick, almost syrup taste, in which the pleasant, sweetish notes of candied lemon transformed into spicy and slightly brackish shades. Complete this idyll notes of spices, vanilla and raisins.
The aroma of whiskey reveals tones of honeysuckle, melon and marzipan, a well balanced trio, a little later they are joined by notes of banana, wild flowers and nuts. The aroma is enhanced by the tones of mandarin, sweet sweet and honey.
Whiskey is recommended to use in its pure form or with the addition of ice cubes.
Whiskey Arran Sauternes Cask Finish, made from one type of malt, was kept for 10 years. The main exposure was carried out in oak barrels, specially imported from the Italian province where launched production of Amarone wine. Over the past 9 months was conducted dovyderzhka whiskey in oak barrels, which previously matured French sweet white wine "Sauternes" - hence the name of whiskey. Sweet white wine brought additional shades of honey in the taste of whiskey. Bottling was carried out at 50% of the fortress. The consistency of whiskey Arran Sauternes Cask Finish - thick, close to the syrupy state, and tastes like lemon with sugar. Gift packaging, made in the form of tubes, making it a worthy gift for any occasion.
The story of "Isle of Arran Distileri" began in 1994, when the family Curry opened distillery on the Scottish island of Arran, near the village Lokranza. Distillery used in their work the traditional methods of production of whiskey, making a bet on the proven quality of the product, and thus its products quickly enough gained a good reputation among customers. Curry family had to build a new distillery since 1837 on the island of Arran was not a single plant for the production of whiskey. The distillery, which is located in a beautiful valley surrounded by hills, near the ancient castle of the XIV century.
Water for Arran whiskey taken from the source Izon Borah, located through the deposits of gravel, granite, peat, sand and clay. It provides a unique water slightly peaty and slightly smoky flavor of whiskey Arran.
Alcohols on Arran distillery began producing in 1995, keeping them in barrels of sherry, but actually acquired the status of whiskey drink only from June 1998, and the first bottles of products were offered only to customers in 2001.