Isle of Arran – Robert Burns – Single Malt (new version bottle) - Tasting Note

Chocolate, fresh, sweet, caramel, raisin, a hint of lemon, green apple, and some other citrus fruits in there also.

Sweet, vanilla, chocolate, orange, caramel, a bit like maple syrup it seems. First a byte like a bit peppery, and then it becomes a bit watery honey sweetness. 

Not very long, bit sweet chocolate and raisins.

Not a very difficult one and not much complexity in it, not what I could find at the moment, so 6 out of 10. Not bad, but not something I would want to have standard in the cabinet.

Tasting scores explained a bit. It all depends on the moment, ambiance etc, but to have a guideline for my own preferences. This differs for each person. See my wish list in the menu above to see what I prefer the most at the moment. A low score will not meen I will maybe give it a second chance on a later time, but for now it is not for me...

1-5   Mhmm... Not liking this one...
5-6   Don't have to wake me up for this, not bad, but not my preference
6-7   I like, but they just miss something, to make me wanna buy a whole bottle
7-8   Well, you can start waking me up for these, more depth, these I would love to add to my collection
8-9   These are to be enjoyed slowly. These I absolutely would love to have a bottle, but sadly not always in my price range. 
9-10 Well, what can I say, just wow...... No words to describe it. Wake me up now!!

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