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Secret Islay Distillery 10 Year Old 2012 (Masters of Malt) Whisky

(70cl, 51.1%)

Secret Islay Distillery 10 Year Old 2012 (Masters of Malt)

MoM Secret Islay 10yo Bottling Note

Ok, (most of) you got us. April Fools! We have not changed our name. Please do not call us Masters of Malt. And please DO enjoy this very real whisky for as long as it... Oh, and there it goes. Sold out!

Look, we've given in. People have been getting it wrong for years, so we've officially changed our name to Masters of Malt with an 's'. Read all about this development over on the blog now.

To celebrate this news, we’re launching a whisky. Because that’s just what we do. It’s a 10-year-old Islay single malt from a secret distillery. We genuinely don’t know which one. But try and find age statement Islay single malt at this strength for under £40. We may have changed our name, but we’re not going to stop bottling boss liquid. You know us better than that.

This triumphant release is the very first to carry our new name, a fact sure to inspire collectors and infuriate those who liked the old name better. But it’s too late now. You can blame those who got it wrong all those years. This is their doing.

We hope you’re happy.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose Yellow fruits, juicy pear, doughy bread, and creamy suggestions of rusk biscuits. Oatcakes with salted butter follow, with a sweet touch of toasted marshmallow and sponge cake.

Palate Big dollops of vanilla cream tangle with briny, oily malt, and vibrant, herbaceous peat. Grilled apricot and more creaminess follow, backed by waves of peppery spray.

Finish Superbly balanced, with fresh, doughy bread and butter pudding, elegant smoke, and buttery oak, backed by a sea spray and delicate spice.

Reviews for Secret Islay Distillery 10 Year Old 2012 (Masters of Malt)
Bolds and subtles flavours
Masters of Malt really dids makes an excellent tipples here. I've nevers tasteds anything quotes likes its.
Phil T , United Kingdom
8 months ago
o weet, o taty!
Wow. So tasty! That S really makes all the difference. Well done for mashing it out of the ballpark.
Mick , United Kingdom
8 months ago

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