Overall rating
Whiskybase ID
Single Malt
Bottling serie
Old Travel Poster 3
Stated Age
10 years old
Bourbon cask
Number of bottles
56.6 % Vol.
700 ml
Added on
30 May 2020 11:20 pm by Dominic
UncoloredNon-chillfilteredCask StrengthSingle Cask Whisky

Average value

€ 68.00

6 × in wishlist

6 × member ratings

16 × in collection

Whisky Reviews for Arran 2010 BYOB

4 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 85.50 points

  1. Dramtastic.86 scored this whisky 85 points Expert Junior

    • Nose
      87 87
      sickly sweetness, maltiness, heather, green apples, lemon zest and nectarine
    • Taste
      84 84
      Not super complex on the taste in contrary to the nose: nectarine, wild peach, burned wood and (parafine) wax
    • Finish
      85 85
      Medium/long: Spices, sweetness and vanilla

  2. linting scored this whisky 85 points Member Senior

    N. Slightly sweet you notice the malt and I have apple and peach.
    P. Fruit sticky soft and the alcohol is there for me.
    F. medium long and complex

  3. markjedi1 scored this whisky 86 points Connoisseur

    Almost Naked

    We know BYOB-C mostly from their Lads of Lobland series or the (ongoing) Mobsters on Moped series of release, but from time to time they also bottle a one-off. This is one of those. After the Mortlach and Strathearn we get a new Old Travel Poster, this time an Arran from 2010 at cask strength. Unfortunately the release is limited to only 30 bottles, but thanks to a standing agreement bottle 30 of 30 sits comfortably on my shelf. Thanks to the complimentary sample, I can also tell you whether it’s good.

    The nose is very fresh, fruity and malty. Think of a bowl of cereals with chunks of citrus fruit, papaya, drenched in honey, that you are devouring while sitting on a haystack. Vanilla and a very soft peppery note, a touch of oak and hints of dried apricots after a few moments. Spring in your glass and very pleasant.

    The arrival is powerful, creamy, mouth coating and simply delicious. This is the type of Arran that I really fancy. An active bourbon cask with no shenanigans. Naked, almost. While the citrus fruit is still present on the palate, that soon evolves towards creamy notes of vanilla custard with some ripe apples and pears, hints of papaya, starfruit and pineapple. Spring becomes summer.

    The finish is pretty intense, medium long on dried fruit, liquorice and hay with a surprising note of quinine at the death.

    Lovely, almost naked, summery Arran in which the spirit takes the lead. Wonderful.

  4. Flavourman scored this whisky 84 points Member Senior

    Nose: malty and spicy with fresh notes of vanilla, honey, dried fruit (date and fig), light papaya and fresh hay.
    Taste: ripe apples (jona gold), pink pepper, notes of fudge, creamy (waxy) and tropical fruit (pineapple), pear and licorice.
    Finish: The finish is medium with aromas of dried fruit, liquorice.
    Intense and tingling, ancient grain?
    smells and flavors of fresh hay and cereals


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