Robert Burns Single Malt Whisky
Robert Burns version of the Arran Single Malt is a highly acclaimed Scotch that has been expertly crafted with the poet himself in mind.
"The use of mainly American oak ex-Bourbon casks in maturation has accentuated the sweet-fruity notes of Arran whilst a smaller proportion of ex-Sherry hogsheads add depth and richness. This delicious dram can be enjoyed neat, with ice, or as part of a classic whisky cocktail. Raise a glass and toast Scotland’s national poet and favourite son".
Known as Scotlands National Poet, Robert Burns was born in Alloway, Ayrshire in 1759 and his links with Ayrshire and Arran are well known. He produced such masterpieces as Tam O'Shanter and Red Red Rose and he eventually passed away of ill health aged 37. Now producing under his name, the Isle of Arran distillers are producing some of the best whiskies in the area. On his birthday, 25th January, Scots all over the world celebrate with a Burns Supper where they address the haggis, and, of course, whisky.
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