Whisky Machrie Moor, 0.7 L
- Volume: 0.7 L
- Barrel aging:
Reviews of purchase Machrie Moor, 0.7 L
Whisky has a clean, but young and burning taste that quickly subsides to reveal a beautiful creamy blend of sweet notes - vanilla, honey and malt barley, then the sharp notes of lemon peel with a hint of salt and at the end of the soft and subtle notes of peat smoke. Decorating a decent length and has a pronounced tangy and spicy freshness. Hot, spicy and slightly dry at the end.
Whisky with a light, fresh and delicate aroma, with notes of vanilla, honey, citrus and unripe plums, which are also complemented by flavors of coconut and wood spices. Vanilla aromas increase with time, and the aroma of peat smoke softened.
Recommended to drink whiskey neat or with ice.
On the west coast of the island of Arran lies windswept muskeg Machrie Moor. Stone circles and large rocks scattered throughout the barren terrain. Machrie Moor - a young and hot whiskey. He can suddenly burn spices, which are then quickly give way to the sweet, creamy notes, filled with light smoke embers. Not exposed to cold filtration and staining. In the manufacture of whiskey skillfully matched all the elements and technologies to create a harmonious blend of aroma and flavor based on malt, peat and oak barrels.
The story of "Isle of Arran Distileri" began in 1994, when the family Curry opened distillery on the Scottish island of Arran, near the village Lokranza. Distillery used in their work the traditional methods of production of whiskey, making a bet on the proven quality of the product, and thus its products quickly enough gained a good reputation among customers. Curry family had to build a new distillery since 1837 on the island of Arran was not a single plant for the production of whiskey. The distillery, which is located in a beautiful valley surrounded by hills, near the ancient castle of the XIV century.
Water for Arran whiskey taken from the source Izon Borah, located through the deposits of gravel, granite, peat, sand and clay. It provides a unique water slightly peaty and slightly smoky flavor of whiskey Arran. Alcohols on Arran distillery began producing in 1995, keeping them in barrels of sherry, but actually acquired the status of whiskey drink only from June 1998, and the first bottles of products were offered only to customers in 2001.