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A Batch of Ultra Premium Whisky Samples

by Master of Malt     2. June 2010 09:58

 Premium Drams

We made a pact… To boldly offer samples of what no online retailer has ever offered samples of before. We started with some old favourites, and had some pretty exciting stuff on offer (including some show-stopping Glenfarclas Family Casks), but we never had anything quite like this…

We’re proud to announce a fantastic foray into the world of ultra premium spirits. Now you can try 3cl samples of mindboggling whisky that, until now, very few people have had the great privilege to try.More...

Hottest Summer Ever

by Michael Orson     23. March 2010 10:14

 Here Comes The Sun

When we flung open the MoM shutters this morning we were greeted with the sound of birds chirping and children playing as blissful sunshine poured into the room.

 

We’ve earned this summer, having had the coldest winter for 31 years! Just imagine our chagrin last year, when the Met Office promised us a “barbecue summer” and instead we were given drizzle, and lots of it.

 

Positive Weather Solutions (who have been a tad more reliable than the Met Office and have a pleasingly optimistic name) have predicted Summer 2010 to be a record breaker, with a good chance of temperatures exceeding 2003’s high of 38.5C. This is good news indeed. More...

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Old Whisky

by Michael Orson     5. March 2010 14:43

 Macallan 1951 Whisky

Old whiskies have always commanded respect from the drinking public. It is widely thought that the older the whisky, the better. Distilleries have always pushed for this, because they can demand higher prices, and the increased rarity of old whisky has helped cement their éclat. At Master of Malt, we think whiskies have a life span; some require a lot of ageing to reach their peak, and others need only a few years. There are some very young whiskies which have reached their full potential very early in life; Ardbeg 10 is an awe-inspiring single malt and we’ve only got good things to say about the 3 year old English Whisky Chapter 6!

It is undeniable, however, that there is something very special about extensively aged malt. We’ve been lucky enough to taste some great 40 year old whisky recently. 

A single cask 40 year old Glenfarclas had this impression on us:

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The Winner of the Glenfarclas 40 Year Old

by Master of Malt     1. March 2010 10:50

All you avid whisky enthusiasts will know of our little (not so little) prize giveaway of last month. We’ve reached our 25th anniversary and we’re full of collective beans so we picked a 40 year old Glenfarclas off the shelf (worth £1,500!) and offered up 250 chances to win it – all entrants had to do was buy any full-size Glenfarclas from the site…

Now, the purpose of this post is twofold. Firstly, we wanted, very much, to revel in our own beneficence, as we join the list of history’s greatest philanthropists (Paul Newman, Bono, Matt Damon…) that’s right…

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Whisky Tourism

by Master of Malt     19. January 2010 12:41

A pilgrim’s journey…

 

During the last bout of horrid weather, a conversation started at MoM headquarters. As we gazed out at the murky skies and the last dirty slush from the snow, we were all dreaming of a good holiday somewhere, and it really got us thinking.

 

One of our favourite spots in all the world is Speyside, because it’s such a beautiful area with stunning scenery. Equally compelling, if not more so: Speyside is home to most of the distilleries in Scotland! Such legends as Glenlivet, Glenfiddich, Aberlour, Macallan and Glenfarclas reside here, making it a great place to visit if you enjoy a good single malt.


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