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Angus of Shiskine

On this day in 1563, a bond was signed at Brodick Castle between James Hamilton, Duke of Châtelherault, and Angus M’Rannald Moir M’Allister. As in most bonds, there is a grant of land (the ‘fourtie schilling aucht penny worth land of Kilpatrick and Drumgriner land within his gracis landis of Seskene , Ile and erldome of Arran’ 952 more words

McAlester Of Loup

Tasting Notes: Arran: That Boutique-y Whisky Company: Batch 4

Arran: That Boutique-y Whisky Company: Batch 4 (Scottish Island Single Malt Whisky: 52% ABV)

Visual: Nigh clear with a mix of green hints and vanilla toffee hue. 515 more words


A Mysterious Trio

On a recent visit to Arran we ventured out in a cold and miserable day to visit the stone circles at Machrie Moor. There are actually a few different stone circles and ruins around the site but the  39 more words


Tanya Besieged As Dlords Hit Fairy Leader in Contentious Siege of Alliance's Capital City

The Fairy/Dlords war flared up again, with a bold, new Dlords-led siege targeting Illyriad veteran and Fairy leader TanyaFairy’s alliance capital in what looks to be a major operation. 123 more words


Whisky Review: Arran 2000 Private Cask #1106

Following the sad and tragic events this weekend I thought of reviewing some good whisky to boost my mood. The choice fell on a bit sweet whisky to fight the sour and bitter taste in my mouth – a 14 year old single cask Arran, that was bottled for The Whisky Exchange. 140 more words

Whisky Reviews

Arran The Devil's Punch Bowl Chapter III (The Fiendish Finale)

Type: Scotch Single Malt Whisky

Region: Island Whisky

Distillery: Arran

Bottler: Arran

Age: NAS

Alcohol: 53.4%

Bottled: 2014

Initial Price: GBP 80+

Current Status: Available with a few retailers in Europe at prices starting at GBP 85… 310 more words

Whisky Reviews

Arran "Batch 4" (52%, That Boutique-y Whisky Company, 1270 bottles, 2014, 50 cl)

After the Bruichladdich that was bottled more than ten years ago, we move on to a more recent bottling distilled on a different Scottish Island. It’s an Arran. 607 more words

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