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I Am An Island

"And a rock can feel no pain. And an island never cries" Unless it has no scotch on it then, I suspect, it might cry because that would be a tragedy. The Isle of Arran and the Isle of Mull, thankfully, are NOT islands without scotch. This time around we take a look at two of the scotches from those islands, The Arran 14 year and Tobermory 15 year.

Tobermory Box

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Join us next time when we'll be tasting the Blair Athol 14 year and Glen Esk 17 year.

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Distilleries

Arran - http://www.arranwhisky.com/Distillery/

Tobermory - http://www.tobermorymalt.com/home

Tasting Notes

Arran

Jim Murray's Whisky Bible 2012

Tobermory

Michael Jacksons Complete Guide to Single Malt Scotch 6th Ed.

Jim Murray's Whisky Bible 2012

Miscellaneous

Master of Malt A huge range of Fine Single Malt Scotch Whisky, Personalized Labels, Corporate and Individual Gift Service, Next Day UK and Fast Global Delivery.


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