- Single Malt
- Distillery Bottling
- Bottling serie
- Limited Edition
- Vatting of 27 Arran Casks
- Number of bottles
- 53.1 % Vol.
- 700 ml 750 ml
- Bottle code
- L 01 07 13 3 10:27 BB
- Added on
- 14 Jun 2013 3:05 pm
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Whisky Reviews for Arran The Devil's Punch Bowl 2
24 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 87.16 points
- Intresting delicious Arran.
Dried fruits, honey, banana, raisin, cocoa, marzipan, citruses, grass, tobacco and grain.
Powerful and oily. Sherry, bitter chocolate, vanilla, raisin, green apple, papaya, citruses, tobacco, ginger and nutmeg. Touch of smoke.
Long, spicy, bittersweet.
- Very interesting, exotic-looking blend, great craft behind it!
Great mocha nose, moist tobacco, pine forest, thyme, dried fruit discreetly behind, dates
Mouthwash, vanilla, nuts, exotic fruits, papaya, some malt, oak, earthy, great cocoa
Caramel, earthy-oak, malt, cocoa powder, medium-long
- The nose is a lot more expressive and engaging than the actual taste. But still a nice dram.
Some cacao, honey, cookie dough, raisins. Some hints of good quality tobacco. Pleasant.
Some cacao bitters (lovely), dates, tobacco and some smoke. It’s a really sherried whisky this one.
Honey, that bitter cacao note and bitter oranges.
- A well-designed, complex and multifaceted dram. Not easy to apprehend, it is nonetheless pleasant to drink. Too bad it misses a little surprise!
Alcoholic and malty ... Seems to need to open a few minutes. Fresh mint, lemon, meringue. A zest of orange blossom. It is rather pleasant even if the alcohol is a little disturbing. Cashew nuts. Spices, yellow fruits, dried fruits, aromatic herbs. A pretty rich profile rather interesting. A little milk chocolate. Citrus and spicy with the opening. A bit of tobacco and chocolate.
Sweet, on the wall fruit, vanilla, bitter dark chocolate, pepper. It's rather complex. Notes of ginger, cinnamon and a hint of smoke. It's well designed by Arran.
Alcoholic, on spices, mint and chocolate. Persistent and fresh.
- Malty, even a little smokeyness.
Tasty dram, but there are better Arran's out there.
Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt
Nose: Dried fruit and wood spices with notes of mocha and tobacco leaf.
Palate: Vanilla, mixed nuts, juicy prunes, dried papaya and chocolate liqueurs.
Finish: Caramel, cocoa and earthy winter spices.
Overall: Dark and mysterious, but all good.
- I should have known that it was an arran with green apple notes. It is however less "fresh" than other arran, but more creamy. OK, but nothing more. Price abused
Green apple, notes a little medicinal but very indented (drugs, compress, adhesive plaster, synthol ...)
Very sweet, a little creamy. Always the green apple. Well integrated alcohol
Medium, stewed fruit