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Master of Malt Blog

Category: Whisky

Check out the all latest news relating to whisky – including Scotch Whisky, American Whiskey, Irish Whiskey, Japanese Whisky; whisky styles including single malt, blended malt, blended whisky and grain whisky; top whisky-producing regions like Islay, Speyside and The Highlands; and top distilleries and brands like Ardbeg, Balvenie, Glenfarclas, Glenfiddich, Glenlivet, Lagavulin, Laphroaig and Macallan.

Why do most Scotch whiskys start their names with Glen?

Glenfiddich, Glenlivet, Glenmorangie, Glen Grant, Glengoyne, Glenfarclas, Glen Scotia, Glen Garioch, Glen Moray, Glen Keith, Glen Elgin, Glen Spey, Glenkinchie, Glen Ord, Glendullan, Glenrothes, GlenAllachie, Glencadam, Glenglassaugh, Glenturret, Glentauchers, Glenlossie,…

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Master of Malt tastes… Fragrant Drops single cask whiskies

We’ve just got in some extremely rare single malt whiskies and more from Fragrant Drops including perhaps the best single malt I’ve tasted this year. Fragrant Drops is an independent…

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New Arrival of the Week: Westland Cask 6205 7 yo single malt (Master of Malt exclusive)

We’ve got a Master of Malt exclusive for you this week. A single cask single malt from America with an unusual finish. It’s Westland Cask 6205! But before we look…

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Top 10 rare bourbon whiskies to try for National Bourbon Day

These rare bourbons provide a variety of complex and rich flavours, making them perfect for any bourbon connoisseur looking to add something special to their collection.  Please appreciate that we…

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