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Master of Malt 55 Year Old Speyside Whisky Liqueur

(70cl, 41%)

Master of Malt 55 Year Old Speyside Whisky Liqueur

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MOM 55yo Whisky Liqueur Bottling Note

This is officially the world's oldest whisky liqueur! That's right folks!

We made this with one goal: to create a stunning whisky liqueur for single malt whisky drinkers, and we did it by basing our recipe on a staggeringly good 55 year old sherry-matured single malt whisky from one of Scotland's most famous distilleries. We then added a little natural sugar for sweetness, as well as some spices to accentuate the rich, intensity of the malt. The whisky is non chill-filtered and not diluted before bottling, save for the addition of the aforementioned sweetness and spice. Utterly unbelievably good.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: What a nose! It has all the elements of an astounding old sherry-matured Speyside whisky. We get juicy, almost syrupy sherry coming through, with accents of ginger, nutmeg and cloves. There are suggestions of manuka honey, and then it becomes very interesting indeed as herbal notes appear. Pine needles, hints of white truffle and just a smidgen of that real sticky icky (no stress, no seeds, no stems, no sticks).

Palate: Again more of those gorgeous notes of OG kush, alongside more white truffles, sage butter and candy floss. One of the most thick, unctuous drinks we’ve ever tried, with a perfect level of those Wintry nutmeg and ginger spice notes coming through. There is a good, solid core of juicy barley malt, and just a hint of freshly ground black pepper.

Finish: A melange of fruits, perhaps pear baked with ground ginger and allspice, sitting in a pool of golden syrup and poire eau de vie. As the finish develops, the herbal notes build, as do hints of molasses, pepper and even more of that Mexican Special. On the very tail we’re left with pine needles, and very good Demerara rum. The finish on this liqueur is genuinely one of the longest on any drink I’ve ever tried.

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Master of Malt 55 Year Old Speyside Whisky Liqueur Reviews

Mark Faris

After savoring tthis exquisite nectar, the price becomes irrelevant, even a bargain. With regard to the old 55, money literally is no object. As long as you have it, and are living indoors.

10th October 2013

Well...

Since you made it yourself... Of course you will talk highly of it.

Naahh, i agree with the previous speaker.

4th August 2013

Bizarre

Master of Malt, you are usually have your fingers on the pulse of what whisky drinkers are after. £1000 for a whisy liqueur. What were you thinking?

28th November 2011

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