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Master of Malt 60 Year Old Speyside

(70cl, 42.2%)

Master of Malt 60 Year Old Speyside

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We can't actually ship Master of Malt 60 Year Old Speyside to the United States at the moment (although we're working hard to fix that).

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60 Year Old Speyside Bottling Note

Our award-winning Secret Bottlings Series has raised the bar yet again with this extraordinary 60 (!) year old single malt Scotch whisky from a famous Speyside distillery. Our oldest bottling to date and one of the oldest whisky releases in history.

By not revealing the name of the distillery, we're able to offer this incredibly well-aged whisky from some of the finest stock for a fraction of the price that a release like this would usually command. In fact, it's an order of magnitude (or two) more reasonable than releases of a similar age, which now carry 5 or even 6 figure price tags! What you're paying for with Master of Malt 60 Year Old Speyside, of course, is the important bit - the liquid itself.

Consider this similar product...

The Golden Age Blend 55yo

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Beautiful malt to the fore, with a sublime backing of nutmeg, cocoa butter and raisin. Gentle waves of soft white grapes, custard apples and golden syrup. Astonishingly refined oaken notes.

Palate: Creamy, mouth-filling palate entry delivering a touch of chocolate and ground allspice. Quite tropical too - there’s a note of coconut, perhaps mango. An ethereal high-note akin to tomato stems. With time, it becomes quite herbal, with a potpourri-like character, sitting very nicely atop a solid core of rich, thick malt.

Finish: A long, elegant finish, trailing off gracefully with pipe tobacco, molasses and dried herbs. A slice of tangy green apple lingers.

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Master of Malt 60 Year Old Speyside Reviews

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Why this can't be anything else, but Glenfarclas.

All the other Speyside distilleries would love to have "this delicious malt line for 60 years in their warehouse" (as the label says) and would make an official bottling out of it in a heartbeat.
But in Glenfarclas what happens is the exact opposite. They have too much of this staff...
And when the official Glenfarclas 60 year old (cask 1672) is the only 60 year old whisky that stays unsold for 2 years now, releasing a new official 60yo would be a total marketing catastrophe for all their products.
The independent bottlers market is flooding with "secret" Glenfarclas. But this is a good thing because there is more for us.

13th January 2017

Buy me this

I'll be your forever friend.

30th December 2016

An expensive once in a lifetime purchase but oh boy so worth it !!

Simply put you must at all cost try this whiskey it's stunning. If I could afford to I would buy as much as I could because believe me this will only go up in price. If you can make it happen buy a bottle for a life changing whiskey experience if not get the sample you won't be disappointed. I can see this being valued at £2500 to £3000 in a few years !! 99/100

25th December 2016


Glenfarclas...? Not according to George Grant who I asked personally during a tasting at F&M a couple of weeks back. After tasting the 1953 (58 yr) that evening (priced at £7.5k a bottle on here and supposedly their oldest stock) and comparing with a 3cl sample of the MoM 60yr, I can say that the flavour profile between the two was unalike. Frankly, I couldn't care less where this came from, it is the best dram you will ever have and IMO preferable than the Glenfarclas 1953 I tried that evening!

10th December 2016

Can it be real?

I've got a bottle coming Tuesday and can't wait! Still don't understand why a distillery would let this go so cheap but have never been let down by Master of Malt before so know it will be amazing! If it is Glenfarclas let's hope they get more.

28th November 2016

Best of the best

The best dram I've ever had in my life.

18th November 2016

Simply outstanding

Truly delicious and complex. This one just has to be on any whisky drinkers bucket list...

23rd June 2016


So exited that you guys got another bottle of this in stock! The value for this 60 year old whisky is SIMPLY INCREDIBLE. A lot of rumors point to Glenfarclas in which case....the deal of the century. Cant wait for this bottle to arrive =)

7th April 2016

Caramel and that Stickyickyicky.

Simply incredible. The smell and taste of weed off of this whisky is like nothing I've ever experienced before - the palate is simply full of it. 'Tomato-stems' - as other reviews would have it. So, so complex, and frankly an absolute nick at £1k.

25th January 2016


The tasting notes nail it - incredibly complex and creamy.

21st January 2016

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