#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 #WhetYourWhiskyWhistleWednesday: Bunnahabhain 8yr (2007) Hepburn's Choice @hlaingwhisky https://t.co/4VO4i0HXJh https://t.co/EkGOXKjiMo

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2001
2001
ABV: 43.0%
Volume: 70cl
Bottler: Gordon & MacPhail
Vintage: 2001
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Scapa
2001 Whiskey

Island Single Malt Scotch Whisky

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Scape 2001 Vintage Island single malt Scotch whiskey. Matured in 1st Fill Bourbon Barrels. and bottled 2016 by Gordon & MacPhail.

Nose: Light and fruity with green apples, white grapes and sweet vanilla. A subtle smokiness develops.

Taste: Chili spices initially with grapefruit, a slight nuttiness and a lingering creamy milk chocolate edge.

Scapa

Scapa Distillery was established by John Townsend in 1885 close by the shore of Scapa Bay in Scapa Flow near Kirkwall on the Orkney Islands. Scapa Distillery one of only a very few Scottish distilleries to have retained some Corten steel washbacks and is  equipped with just two stills including a novel wash still which incorporates the shell of an old Lomond still. In contrast to the other Kirkwall distillery Scapa Distillery produces only unpeated single malt whisky.

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