Arran Signature Series Edition 1 – Remnant Renegade - Single Malt Scotch Whisky

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About Arran Signature Series Edition 1 – Remnant Renegade - Single Malt Scotch Whisky


The Signature Series is a brand new four-part limited-edition series beginning with Edition 1 in autumn 2023. It is a selection of Arran Single Malts which showcase the diversity of the spirit and the values which are important to the distillery.

It will feature four unique bottlings specially chosen by Lochranza Distillery Manager Stewart Bowman and given his seal of approval.

Edition 1 is named ‘Remnant Renegade’ and is a real snapshot into the world of Arran Single Malt over the years. They chose the name Remnant Renegade as the casks that were specially vatted for this bottling have come from a selection of remnant casks that have been held over the years that until now have not been able to fulfil their destiny as bottled whisky. Remnant casks contain a small amount of leftover whisky from another bottling and very often this liquid can be forgotten about, not enough to constitute a bottling of its own.

This exciting vatting represents a true kaleidoscope of casks ranging from some as old as 1997 right up until more recent casks filled in 2017. There is a variety of different types of casks in the mix, with the majority being ex-Sherry Hogsheads, ex-Sherry Butts and ex-Bourbon Barrels. The biggest concentration of the casks comes from 2010 – 2012 with a wonderful mix of ages either side. Not an easy task bringing together so many different casks which have all matured slightly differently over the years. However, Arran love a challenge, the chance to be a renegade and to go against the grain.

For Stewart, it was a delicate balancing exercise, making sure that the backbone of Arran remained strong. The marriage of Bourbon and Sherry casks has always been the cornerstone of their range, and he reports that working with such interesting small parcels of stock to create a larger meaningful bottling has been very rewarding.




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