We’ve got a whole new batch of Master of Malt Single Cask Series whiskies, people! 10 of them, to be specific. Are you very excited? You should be.

Whisky fans, rejoice. We’ve done it again! You know the drill by now. We introduce a brand new selection of Master of Malt Single Cask Series whiskies, you enjoy the spoils of our labour. What a system.

As always, we’ve managed to get our hands on some truly sublime single malts from a host of fantastic distilleries, including: Laphroaig, Bunnahabhain, Mortlach, Craigellachie and more. The single cask expressions range from 8 to 37 years matured and every single edition is presented at cask strength, without any chill-filtration or added colourings. All you find in these MoM-tastic bottles is very, very tasty whisky.

Now go check out our brand new selection below and enjoy!

Tasting Note for Laphroaig 21 Year Old 1997 – Single Cask (Master of Malt):

Nose: Roast chestnut and caramelised orange, heavy smoke with a medicinal core, a slight hint of black tea.

Palate: Plentiful peat juxtaposed with chewy toffee sweetness. Solid oak notes and a few touches of seaweed salinity.

Finish: Subtle ash and lasting smoke, joined by dates and oily walnuts.

Tasting Note for Mortlach 20 Year Old 1997 – Single Cask (Master of Malt):

Nose: Buttery, honeyed pastry, oaky vanilla and toasted almonds.

Palate: Vanilla pod, caramelised tropical fruit and brown sugar in support. A pinch of red chilli pepper heat.

Finish: Slightly spiced vanilla tones and toasted cedar.

Tasting Note for Bunnahabhain 37 Year Old 1980 – Single Cask (Master of Malt):

Nose: Buttery toast, orange blossom, toffee and a pinch of tobacco.

Palate: Honey and milk chocolate, a sprinkle of salt and hints of oak.

Finish: Malt flavours come through with a lasting caramel sweetness on the finish.

Tasting Note for Bunnahabhain 11 Year Old 2006 – Single Cask (Master of Malt):

Nose: Dried fruit and marzipan, fresh apples and pears. A subtle undertone of salinity.

Palate: Nutmeg, warm oak and apples. Sticky toffee pudding and lighter fruit notes.

Finish: Winter spices linger on the finish.

Tasting Note for Tomintoul 21 Year Old 1996 – Single Cask (Master of Malt):

Nose: Creamy vanilla pod and soft oak notes, with a waft of citrus blossom.

Palate: Creamy malt, butterscotch, toffee, a pinch of tobacco, a few vibrant hints of fresh mango and honeydew melon.

Finish: A kick of pink peppercorn alongside more Custard Cream biscuits and milky coffee.

Tasting Note for Craigellachie 9 Year Old 2008 – Single Cask (Master of Malt):

Nose: Think buttered toast with a generous drizzle of honey. A touch of greengage, grapefruit and almond pastry in the background.

Palate: Both herbal and floral notes flourish, with caramel and fresh crunchy apples behind them.

Finish: Creamy vanilla and earthy notes.

Tasting Note for Tobermory 22 Year Old 1996 – Single Cask (Master of Malt):

Nose: Rye spices and a drizzle of honey, followed by notes of earthy malt and just a whiff of rock pools.

Palate: Buttered scones, fresh apples and dried fruit with honey in support.

Finish: Apricot and crumbly biscuits. Hobnobs, ginger snaps, chocolate chip cookies – you get the idea.

Tasting Note for BenRiach 7 Year Old 2011 – Single Cask (Master of Malt):

Nose: Sweet malt, fudge, honey and wafts of earthy smoke.

Palate: Ripe apricot and nectarine notes are juxtaposed by hot cinnamon, white pepper and roasted oak.

Finish: The smoke gives way on the finish, making room for chocolatey richness.

Tasting Note for Croftengea 11 Year Old 2007 – Single Cask (Master of Malt):

Nose: Grassy peat and fresh malt give it a bright, almost spring-like feel, with fresh exotic fruit adding sweetness.

Palate: Roasted nuts and toasted oak, alongside aromatic tea and sweet fruit cake.

Finish: Toffee with earthy, somewhat pine-like freshness.

Tasting Note for Port Dundas 8 Year Old 2009 – Single Cask (Master of Malt):

Nose: Porridge topped with cream and brown sugar, alongside milk chocolate and earthy tones.

Palate: Creamy vanilla custard with a sharper hint of floral citrus, followed by drying oak spices.

Finish: Slightly fruity with subtle hints of liquorice.