Single Malt Scotch Whisky, bottled by Acorn for a Japan release only (but we’ve managed to grab a few for Whisky Foundation customers around the world). The distillery is situated to the East of the village of Lochranza, north of the island, and acquires its water from the Lochna Davie. Founded in 1993 by Chivas Brothers’ retiring managing director, Harold Currie, this distillery is the only one on the isle.
Friends of Oak – Isle of Arran 16 Years
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