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Master of Malt 15 Year Old Speyside Whisky Liqueur

(70cl, 39.7%)

Master of Malt 15 Year Old Speyside Whisky Liqueur

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15 Year Old Liqueur Bottling Note

Made exclusively using 15 Year Old Single Malt Whisky from one of Speyside's most famous distilleries, this liqueur has a frankly extraordinary depth of flavour.

Matured in very active Sherry Casks, the base whisky used for this 15 year old liqueur has a nose and palate packed full of traditional ‘Christmas Cake’ Character. We sought to emphasise this flavour by using ingredients including two different kinds of Orange Peel, Cloves, and a deliciously spicy hint of Cardamom.

Excellent over ice, but more than good enough to drink neat. This liqueur is truly one for the single-malt connoisseur.

For the Perfect Serve Pour a healthy measure of Liqueur into a tumbler full of ice, stir, then squeeze a good-sized strip of fresh Orange Peel over the drink, and add to the glass.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Light and creamy on the nose with honeyed, stone-fruity sweetness, creamy malt and custard.

Palate: Rich, though not as the 10 year old. This is more tropical with notes of guava, yoghurt with nectarine pieces, a little ginger, nutmeg and more of that beautiful vanilla.

Finish: Great length, fading away on mango and crème caramel.

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Master of Malt 15 Year Old Speyside Whisky Liqueur Reviews

Incredible

Why, oh why, oh why, oh why can't other whisky liqueurs taste like this? Every other one tastes like a car-crash of cough syrup and cheapo blended whisky. This tastes like, well, whisky!

28th January 2016

Repeat order for the husband

Bought this for my other half for our 15th wedding anniversary last year. He tells me it is excellent and has reqested it at even opportunity since. Another year on and another bottle ordered.

29th September 2014

Supreme offering at an extremely reasonable price.

I was so taken by the wonderful, smooth full bodied whisky taste and overall quality of this 15 year old H/L liqueur, I ordered an additional 2 bottles before I had finished my first glass. I enjoyed it straight, over a single cube of ice, then another, with a twist of orange. I'm still trying to decide which one I like best. Both were exquisite. If an experienced single malt scotch whisky buff doesn't like this offering, they probably don't like ice cream or fried chicken on Sunday. HA! Highly recommended. As for the cough syrup comment, thanks for the laugh. I can see now, it must have been a joke...

27th June 2014

Not 'overdone'

Unlike so many other whisky liqueurs available, this one tastes of whisky.

7th March 2013

Delicious

So smooth, unbelievably rich and with an a amazing spice note running through it all.

7th March 2013

The Best Whisky Liqueur Ever

Absoltuely grade a fantastic. TAstes like whisky with added sweetness and flavour, not like cough syrup at all. Nonsense.

7th March 2013

Uhm...

Right after that "brown drink" this was the second worst stuff I ever drunk. Would prefer cough syrup over this, as it tastes the same, but additionally has the ability to eliminate a cough (just in case).

20th January 2013

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