Part of Hunter Laing & Co.'s Platinum Old and Rare series, this 25-year-old expression was bottled at a cask strength of 45.1% abv. A beautiful Arran dram!... Read more
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|Name||Arran 1997 25 Year Old - Old & Rare Platinum (Hunter Laing)|
|Country of Origin||Scotland|
|Created On CasKompare||08-02-2022|
Part of Hunter Laing & Co.'s Platinum Old and Rare series, this 25-year-old expression was bottled at a cask strength of 45.1% abv. A beautiful Arran dram!~ Master of Malt
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Scottish rainfall at Loch Na Davie in the hills above the distillery is the source of Arran Single Malt. Six waterfalls along the Easan Biorach burn cleanse the water as it flows through it as it cascades down the mountain. Whole grains of our barley are sent to us from mainland maltsters. We grind the grains at Lochranza after that. The spirit absorbs color and flavor from the wood over many years in our warehouses on Arran. It is crucial that the casks we use be of the highest caliber. We never add caramel or use cold filtering to remove flavor from our whiskies. Our water is so pure that we can produce a clear, delicious dram that is pure and unadulterated. Nearly 30 years ago, we started distilling at our first distillery in lovely Lochranza. The closeness to Loch na Davie gave us access to a pretty unique supply of fresh water for distillation although many other places were at the time taken into consideration. We were certain that this would benefit us going forward. In 2019, we launched our second distillery in Lagg in the south of the island, where we produce a very distinctive peated single malt. In 1995, the north end of the island saw the establishment of the Lochranza distillery. At Lagg in the south end, we now have a sister distillery for Scottish whiskey.