The Arran Distillery is located on one of Scotland's most beautiful and famous islands: the Isle of Arran.
The distillery is located on the island of Lochranza, with the purest water source in Scotland, Loch na Davie.
Since the Isle of Arran had more than 50 whisky distilleries in the early 19th century, the Ellen Distillery, which made its fortune here, also has excellent technology and reputation for winemaking.
Allen masters the excellent geographical location of the Isle of Arran, the pure water source required for the whisky process, and the purification and filtration of granite and peat.
Combined with the wind blowing and the warm Gulf Stream passing through, the mild climate has also contributed to the rapid maturation of single malt whisky.
Arran whisky is characterized by its non-cooling filtration (NON-CHILLFILTERED) and adopts new equipment and construction, and has the courage to try to age in novel barrels.
Small stills are used to create a light and clean malt full-bodied wine that reveals hidden fruit flavors as the wine ages and takes shape.
Adhere to the color without caramel, so that the wine color of the young wine body is original pale gold, and the work has won many international competition awards every year.