- Single Malt
- Distillery Bottling
- Ex-Sherry Hogsheads
- Number of bottles
- 52.6 % Vol.
- 700 ml
- Bottle code
- L 17 11 16 1 17:52 BB
- Added on
- 23 Nov 2016 3:32 pm by maltaholic
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Whisky Reviews for Arran 21st Anniversary Limited Edition
56 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 89.08 points
- Eye / nose: light gold, unspectacular. But the nose, which can cast me right from the start in its spell. A wonderfully unobtrusive, fruity sweetness and a smell profile, as I associate it more with bottlings from the 1970 / 80s. Flowering honey, orange zest, ginger tea, ripe mangoes, papaya, grapes. Very complex, very fruity, very yummy. Palate: Very nice velvety on the tongue. The sweet fruitiness of fully ripe fruits leads again. With vanilla and a kind of fine orange chocolate, the beautiful Lindt 'Orange' with the praline crème filling is not too far away. Intense, round and balanced. Once again the memory of malts from earlier days creeps over me. Finish / Conclusion: The intercept keeps what your nose and palate promise. A very nice, long finish, flavored by the previous impressions. It leaves a creamy note in the mouth, barely sharp, despite the cask strength. Fruits again, vanilla and a flavorful 'Konglemarat', which reminds me most of fresh almonds. In the tasting, there was talk of it, it remained a feeling as if you had enjoyed fine pastry. I can only associate myself with. An all around successful malt. Arran is still regarded as a relative newcomer, still a bit suspicious and rated accordingly behave accordingly. Wrong, I think. Respect for the work of James MacTaggart.
- Color: Burnished
Rather meets my imagination mature Arrans. Almost smoky wood aromas, without any particular bitterness.
No sulfur, but a angekokelte woody note, wax, yeasty-nutty sherry. Polished oak, espresso. With water: Harziger, candle soot. Passion fruit, bitter orange jam.
Very waxy, ripe oranges, again charred wood, yeast dough, walnuts, overripe mango, later breadier. With water: loses its waxy texture, hot coffee.
Long, charcoal, wax, pickled plums, frankincense, cinnamon.
- intense scents for a 21 year anniversary!
fruit stewed, barley sugar
caramel, butter, butter sweets (fudge), chocolate, malty sweetness
it's spicy, it's honeyed, candy with barley sugar reappears, milk chocolate too, it's pastry, it's a little woody, it's a little iodized, it's very good!
the fruits cooked, macerated, on the orange, the pear, the peach of vine, the mango
there is a bit of bitterness, the one found on the almond hulls
there are a few wild herbs, with the flowers that go with it, it embalm!
rather long with an association between the fruity, a little moldy and sweet pastry, it holds in mouth!
- Balance (22)
Sweet fruits and grass, honey on a warm board ... orange marmalades ... mango and pineapple juice ... creamy ice cream, raisins, leather boots and peanuts (23)
Fruits, Spices, Leather (22)
Spicy, dry, fruit and leather, ginger and wax paper ... sour tobacco (22)
- The lovers of Arran sherry will appreciate, it's not bad at all, it's even good ... but it's way too expensive for what it is ...
- a really delicious, ripe, round malt, the nothing goes wrong - for me, rather old-school has Speyside-style. Reminds me strongly of orange-heavy Glenfarclas of the personalities series, but has more alcohol. On the whole, I find it too expensive - because GF sells something for ~ 130 € with age and sufficient alcohol content.
Orange grove, juicy fruits, flowers, peels, with mango, apricots, unwaxed slowly shriveling apples - wax, forest honey, fresh oak, nice sweet and sour balance, tannins, tart notes without bitterness, strong tobacco, vaille, some chocolate
very round with mild alcohol, spicy sweet, the oak tingles on the tongue - with tobacco and grapefruit peel flavors, milk chocolate with orange creamy filling the mouth, light plums with very little clove, orange oil is fresh on the tongue, warmth and spice
spicy oak, bitter but never bitter, chocolate with tobacco, the mouth is getting drier, but still creamy with fine orange notes
- One of the best OA-Arrans so far. 90 points
Exotic fruits, mango, cane sugar, Parmesan, oranges and honey
Vanilla ice cream, marzipan, grapes, then bitter and woody spicy.
Very harmonious and meets exactly my taste profile.
Medium length, spicy wood and nice sweetness.
- a really great malt, challenging and complex
I liked it very much
Licorice becomes stronger, milk chocolate, oak, sherry, pear, sweetness, vanilla becomes more, becomes very spicy
later strong flowers (dark)
with water: even more spicy, more vanilla, sweeter, caramel, a slightly chemical note or gum
full, strong and oily on the palate
More sweet becomes, oak, light raisins, slightly dark caramel, very spicy, chocolate so 65%, sherry, tart
with water: spicy, tart
Sherry, light oak, spicy, roasted aromas (espresso), vanilla
with water: spicy