#TASTING #SCOTCH: Arran I 19 year old (1996) | Old Malt Cask | 50% Distilled in September 1996 and bottled September 2015 by Hunter Laing for their Old Malt Cask range. Definite notes of rhubarb ranging from bitter fruit to sweeter strained juices which are tempered by a little, enough, sulphur. On the palate its hard boiled rhubarb and custard sweets which linger into a long finish on the tongue. #whisky #whiskey #singlemalt #scotch #arranwhisky #oldmaltcask #whiskysample #island #scotland https://www.thewhiskybarrel.com/arran-19-year-old-1996-old-malt-cask-whiskey-scotland #NEW #SCOTCH: Ben Nevis 15yr (2015) | Single Cask #737 | 59.7% @BenNevisDist #whisky https://t.co/HrzXCzfgCT https://t.co/i9bcgtgzuD

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AnCnoc Peter Arkle 3rd Edition 'Bricks' Highland single malt Scotch whiskey. Limited edition in collaboration with the artist Peter Arkle and Knockdhu distillery. Matured in American and Spanish oak casks.

Nose: Honey and lemon notes are accompanied by apples and sweet vanilla. Touches of leather and orange zest add to the depth.

Taste: Spicy with notes of vibrant citrus, sherry and dark chocolate. The finish is long and smooth with notes of oranges and sherry.

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Knockdhu whisky Distillery produces anCnoc malt whisky in Scotland’s Highland whiskey region. Established in 1893 there are two stills with worm tubs and traditional dunnage warehouses where it matures both peated and unpeated anCnoc whisky.

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