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New-Make Malt Spirit

(50cl, 63.5%)

New-Make Malt Spirit

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New-Make Malt Spirit Bottling Note

A bottle of completely un-aged New Make Spirit produced in Scotland, in copper pot stills, entirely from Malted Barley. No, we’re not going to tell you which distillery it’s from. Doesn’t matter how nicely you ask.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Heady malt, with a touch of ‘greenness’ akin to a good Blanco Tequila. No Peat anywhere in sight.

Palate: Medium-bodied, with a creamy, cornbread-eque richness coming through.

Finish: Resurgence of the Agave Spirit on the nose. No harshness at all.

Overall: A good building block for ageing, or for cocktails.

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New-Make Malt Spirit Reviews

Evaporating cost!

New make spirit for 36.95 per half ltr! You must be having a giraffe. Agreed with "you must be joking...!" person here. Not a chance. Duty / vat / logistics does not come anywhere near this amount.

19th October 2018

fantastic

I mix this new make spirit with 20cl Vimto and throw in a cinnamon stick superb stuff 5 stars.

31st December 2016

Superb new spirit

Really great stuff this is and I think good value for money.

6th September 2016

@you must be joking

Duty. Duty mate. And VAT, and shipping, and logistics.

9th June 2016

Good stuff

Got a few of these when I was starting out making my own Whisky just to get a feel for it. Quickly moved on to getting my own still etc and fermenting my own malt new make but this is a great base and would recommend. Yes it is pricey but then so is every quality new make around it this one is competitively priced. Yes you can buy a fully aged single malt for not much more but then you wouldn't have the satisfaction of making it yourself and that is what it is all about.

7th August 2015

Overpriced Spirit

Why is it so overpriced?
As the other review says, I can get many decent single malts for £46 a bottle, which is the equivalent price.
Thumbs down!

3rd November 2014

you must be joking...

This is a new make, straight from the pot stills. No storage, no cask logistics, no blending required. And you sell half a litre at roughly the price of a ten year old, fullgrown cask-strength single malt - not even telling me what kinda bang (distillery) I'm getting for the buck? I would love to start my own ageing, but I'm gonna pass on this one. Thanks for the effort, though.

26th October 2014

Peated

great product I've just started my first batch. I do like a heavy peated malt though. is that possible for the next batch ?
I put boiling water in for 24 hours and so far no leakage. only reason I've not gone fur full marks is the price.

24th April 2014

@Peat?

Hi, this New Make is not peated. --The Chaps at Master of Malt

28th February 2014

Peat?

Is it peated?

27th February 2014

@ Bottles?

Hi,

This New-Make Malt Spirit has cork tops.

– The Chaps from Master of Malt

26th February 2013

Bottles?

what are you using for this, screw tops or corks?

24th February 2013

a guess...

is this from tucker's?

6th February 2013

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