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English Whisky

Now England has its own place in the annals of whisky history, proudly boasting the Norfolk-based distillery St George’s Well, established in 2006.

The build up to the first release of English single malt was palpable, and it just exploded onto the market. Prereleases were already being described as impish and exuberant. The ‘new make’ spirit from St George’s Distillery received critical acclaim; Jim Murray awarded in excess of 90 points to some expressions.

After putting the initial release of single malt (Chapter 6 in the saga) on our site, it sold out almost instantly. The hype has been huge, but it won’t end there. The whisky is superb! Having tried the new make we were already predicting a wonderful forecast, and when we tried Chapter 6 we were blown away. We can’t wait to see what’s in store for us!

English Whisky
One of the first releases from Discovery Road, the range of "new world" whiskies chosen by whisky writer Dominic Roskrow. The collection is set to open the eyes of the whisky world by bottling...  More info
$96.97
Order! Order I say! Here we have a bottling of The Speakers 5 Year Old Fine Old Blended Scotch Whisky dating from the 1960s!  More info
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$199.18
Galleon Liqueurs, a family run company, source top malts from Britain to make their Jackson McCloud Premium Blended Scotch Whisky, which is blended in their copper blending tank affectionately named...  More info
$58.34
From Galleon Liqueurs, this Jackson McCloud Rare Batch Blended Scotch Whisky is a 35cl release containing some rare British whiskies. The two lions which decorate the label look rather fun too. One of...  More info
$62.99
King Edward I was known as The Hammer of the Scots, which almost makes him sound like one of The Gladiators. However, you won't find this antique bottle of whisky running up an angled travelator or...  More info
$398.36
Bottled on behalf of the English Whisky Co. founder, James Nelstrop, this limited edition Port Cask release was distilled in June 2007 and matured in a port cask (cask 0859) until it was bottled in...  More info
$290.16
Oldmoor Major is a rare brand of blended Scotch whisky that you don't see very often. This bottle comes from the 1970s, and has been bottled at the rather terrifying strength of 38% abv. Keep a glass...  More info
$199.18
In America, they probably call this whisky something different, but in Europe, they call it a Spey Royal with cheese.

Terrible Pulp Fiction references aside, this is a rare bottle of Gilbey's Spey...  More info
$239.02
This bottle of King Edward I Blended Scotch Whisky looks like it's come from the time of knights and jousting and wizards, but it's actually come from the 1960s. They're quite similar, but the '60s...  More info
$239.02
100% rye whisky from... Holland?!

That's right, this Discovery Road bottling of 7 year old 100% rye whisky comes from Holland. Dominic Roskrow, whisky writer and founder of the Craft Distillers'...  More info
$108.84
A 12 year old blended Scotch whisky from Rutherford's & Co., who were known for distributing their whisky in stylish decanters. This, however, is just a classic bottle from the 1960s.  More info
$199.18
1970s St. James's 12 Year Old Blended Scotch Whisky, made by Berry Brothers & Rudd over 30 years ago. This rare blend is named after the road in London the wine and whisky merchants are based on, St...  More info
$199.18
Bottled by Averys of Bristol in the 1960s, this is a rare whisky named after Queen Elizabeth. The Queen Elizabeth Deluxe Highland Whisky label features a portrait of Queenie herself.  More info
$239.02
Classic Cutty Sark blended Scotch (or Scots, as it appears on this bottle's label) whisky. Back in the day, Berry Brothers & Rudd were the careful hands behind this blend. This bottle comes from the...  More info
$159.34
Made when Berry Bros. & Rudd were captains of the Cutty Sark, this bottle of blended Scotch whisky comes from the 1970s.  More info
$199.18
This is a rare bottle of Cutty Sark blended Scotch whisky from the 1960s, back when it was owned by Berry Bros. & Rudd. Sadly, the label has seen better days and has been scuffed quite badly, but the...  More info
$239.02
A rare bottle of King Edward I Blended Scotch Whisky, produced in the 1970s by Clan Munro. This has been looked after very well, although there is cellotape around the neck of the bottle. Fans of...  More info
$199.18
A 1980s bottling of Cutty Sark Blended Scotch Whisky, presented alongside a box proclaiming it to be the Real McCoy. Fact time: That expression comes from Captain Bill McCoy, who smuggled high quality...  More info
$159.34
A limited edition release from the English Whisky Company. If you were a fan of their Chapter 7 release, which was a rum cask finished expression, you ought to be excited about this sturdy single...  More info
$128.27
One of the limited edition Founders Private Cellar releases from the English Whisky Company, this one featuring whisky matured in a first-fill cask which previously held Jim Beam bourbon. It was...  More info
$281.24
Following the limited edition Chapter 5, this is the first widely available English whisky, distilled in Norfolk from locally grown barley. We're a patriotic bunch at Master of Malt, so we're thrilled...  More info
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$59.90
This unpeated whisky was made by The English Whisky Company to commemorate the future King [well, maybe - Ed], HRH Prince George of Cambridge. What a lucky lad, he's only been a Prince for a blink of...  More info
$153.88
A very pretty little presentation set of 2 20cl bottles of English Whisky Chapters 6 and 9 (unpeated and peated 3 year olds respectively) replete with 2 glencairn tasting glasses.  More info
$74.44
The 5th release of acclaimed blended malt whisky 'Blue Hanger' from Berry Brothers and Rudd. Named for William Hanger - the third Lord Coleraine, who apparently liked to wear Blue Clothes a lot...  More info
$136.27
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A very handsome decanter bottle, released to commemorate the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton in April of 2011. This was made with some rather interesting...  More info
$124.97
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