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Unusual Cask Whisky Tasting Set

(15cl, 47.0%)
Unusual Cask Whisky Tasting Set
$34.96
In stock, worldwide delivery available.
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Unusual Cask Set Bottling Note

We created this set of five 3cl samples of some of the most unusually aged whiskies the world has on offer. This includes whisky finished in rum barrels as well as other interesting unusual whiskies to try!

Contents of the set are subject to change. However, rest assured that whichever dram set you order will include 5 superb drams which will either match or exceed the value of what is listed.

Unusual Cask Whiskies Tasting Set Contents

- Laphroaig Quarter Cask
- Old Hobart Overeem Sherry Cask Matured
- Arran - Sauternes Cask Finish
- Penderyn Madeira Finish
- Glen Garioch Virgin Oak

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User Reviews of the Unusual Cask Whisky Tasting Set

@Was interested, but did not purchase

Hi there! If you're concerned about the contents of the set, and are looking for a particular dram, please contact our Customer Service department (customerservice@masterofmalt.com) and they will be able to confirm whether the samples you'll receive will be as listed.

There should usually be no problem but as the sets are made in batches, contents will occasionally change. --The Chaps at Master of Malt

30th December 2013

Was interested, but did not purchase

"Contents of the set are subject to change."

Kind of ruins the point - doesn't it? "Rest assured..." Um...yeah, right.

28th December 2013

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