A LITTLE HEADS UP, the only states we can ship to are Alaska, California, Idaho, Louisiana, Missouri, New England, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oregon, Virginia, Washington DC, and Wyoming.
A sip of Arran 14 is to row a little fishing boat from the Isle of Arran out into a calm sea at sunrise followed by a hot cup of cinnamon and clove tea before a long nap in the wooden porch swing. If you're into that perfect feeling kind-of-thing. A balance of Sherry and bourbon casks with complex character. All the freshness of Arran 10 plus a fruit-ripened maturity.
The Isle of Arran is home to some of the purest water in all of Scothland and—therefore—on the planet. As the distillery puts it, "cleansed by granite and softened by peat as meanders down from the mountains to Loch na Davie. In an Arran Scotch whiskey, you tast the sea breeze and the clear mountain air stirred together by the Gulf Stream. Arran keeps it simple and their ingredients few. Their old fashioned process and the island conditions have made the Isle of Arran a source of the finest whiskeys ever made.
Age: 14 years
Proof: 92 (46% ABV)
Distiller: Isle of Arran Distillers, Isle of Arran, Scotland
Family: Arran whiskeys
Not available in: AL, KY, MA, MD, MS, ND, NH, NV, NY, PA, TX, UT, VT, WV
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