Blended Scotch Whisky 40 Year Old 1976 (Master of Malt) 70cl

Scotch Whisky • 70cl • 44.1%
Product details
Blended Scotch Whisky 40 Year Old 1976 (Master of Malt)
Country Scotch Whisky
Region Scotch Whisky
Distillery/Brand Master of Malt
Distillation Date 1976
Style Blended Whisky
Bottling Date 2017

Blended Scotch 40yo MoM

A whopper of a whisky here, and a magnificent addition to our own line of independent bottlings. This 1976 blended Scotch combines a marriage of whiskies, matured in a hogshead for 40 years. Stunning stuff, and a marvellous opportunity to try such impressively well-aged liquid. A release of 390 bottles.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose Glorious aromas of cooked apples and rich old oak, with bold roasted barley and mellow vanilla cream.

Palate Stunningly soft, with silky layers of floral malt, vibrant green apples, and conference pears. A second sip opens up layer upon layer of oaken spice, creamy vanilla fudge, and a touch of chamomile tea.

Finish Just a smidge of woody clove and cardamom join at the end kept comfortably in check by complex layers of orchard fruits, pressed grapes, and old oak.

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Reviews for Blended Scotch Whisky 40 Year Old 1976 (Master of Malt)
Best whisky for me so far.
My wife got me a sample of this at xmas and when i tried it wow, hands down so far my best whisky.
I have now got myself a full bottle so once open i shall edit my review.
Serena A , United Kingdom
one year ago
Superb value given the age & great tasting.
This is the oldest whisky I have ever tried as far as I can remember.
I have of course tried plenty of Blended Scotches, the one that stands out the most of those I have tried was The Perspective Series 21 Year Old - Berry Bros. & Rudd. This whisky is, in my opinion is better;

Nose: Sweet Butterscotch & Vanilla buttercream, Apple & a very light note of Speculoos at the very end (Spiced Biscuit). Virtually no presence of alcohol.

Palate: Apple & vanilla cream. Then some floral notes joined by cinnamon & Pepparkakor (Swedish ginger thins). The alcohol is present but it is smooth.

Finish: Dry & oaky. Apple returns with a spice kick.

This whisky is more expensive than you typical blend, but if you can afford it, represents excellent value when considering the age. Forget that it’s a blend, it could easily be a single malt.
Mark S , United Kingdom
one year ago