Arran Machrie Moor is a single malt whiskey from the Isle of Arran, in the Highland region of Scotland, which has proven to be a popular addition to the Arran range. On the west coast of the Isle of Arran lies a windswept and mystical peat bog called Machrie Moor. Bronze age stone circles and standing stones stretch across its barren, rolling terrain. One of the stone circles, known as Fingal's Cauldron Seat, contains a stone with a hole carved into it. The legendary warrior giant Fingal, is said to have bound his favorite dog Bran with this stone. This Peated expression of the Arran Single Malt perfectly captures the natural beauty and tradition of the landscape.
The Highland region is the largest whiskey region in all of Scotland. With 47 distilleries spread across the Highlands and Islands, it boasts the widest variety of styles and is home to some of the most famous names in whiskey.
- Isle of Arran
- Highland, Scotland
- Single Malt
- 70 cl. (0.7 L.)
- Metal box
On the nose it contains citric notes with smoke.
On the palate with a taste of dry grass, peat smoke and hints of vanilla and tropical fruits.
The finish with citrus, smoke, peat and pineapple.