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Muckle Flugga Blended Malt

(70cl, 40%)

Muckle Flugga Blended Malt

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We can't actually ship Muckle Flugga Blended Malt to the United States at the moment (although we're working hard to fix that).

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Thank you for your support and understanding 🙂

-The folks at Master of Malt

Muckle Flugga Blended Bottling Note

A truly fascinating whisky, Muckle Flugga is made by blending together six single malts which are then shipped to Unst, near the Muckle Flugga lighthouse (which was built by Robert Louis Stevenson's father in 1854) in the Shetlands. The whisky spends a year on the island, surviving the harsh seasons before being returned to the mainland for bottling.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Hints of fruity honey and a little sherry on the nose. Toasty and faintly herbal.

Palate: Lovely interplay between oak and barley. Those sherry casks make themselves known subtly and delicately with a touch of dried peels and soft spices.

Finish: Malty, fruit-driven finish.

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Muckle Flugga Blended Malt Reviews

Simply very poor

Just about the worst whisky I have purchased . Neither myself or good friend found anything pleasing in this marketing con.
Save your money.

29th February 2020

Soooo good!

Best Scotch I ever tasted. WHY didn't we buy more when we were in Shetland!

22nd June 2019

If you can find it, try it

An excellent Speyside with a difference - very smooth with a good balance and lovely character. Highly recommend (if you can find it).

19th December 2018


The very best whisky I have ever tasted and I am not a ‘whisky person’. How can we get more..?

5th October 2018

Interesting addition

I'm no expert and am slowly making my way into this wonderful world of whisky.

This hard-to-find bottle is a simple drinking pleasure. Smooth and clean, warm and gentle. I couldn't give you a tasting note as I don't have the ability - but I can give you a recommendation if smoothness and a wonderful sense of romance are your thing.

26th December 2016

The best blended scotch for all occasions

My wife bought me a bottle for a gift , I treasure every glass and have eeked it out so as not to waste it . I only have one large measure with welsh water . It stands head and shoulders above many other expensive blends and I will not begrudge paying out for another. I don't care where it comes from I only care about the experience and thoroughly endorse it!!

27th August 2016

The Best

Just tried it at my friend's house. Incredible great blend!

21st September 2015

Peter Kennedy

WOW ! My sister was hame in Shetland for a wee break and brought me back this
Beautiful Muckle Flugga blended malt whisky..great looking bottle contents are a rich darkish colour..but..a word of warning..the taste is too good ! Talk about easy drinking !! Don't give this to anyone (keep it for yourself)
Is this really kept on Unst for a year ?

13th July 2015


I'm in my 90's and tasting new Malts is one of the pleasures of life. A gift of a bottle of Muckle Flugga was supposed to be a special treat but I confess to being disappointed. It has a hint of sharpness to it which I have never before experienced in any Malt.

22nd June 2015

A fascinating piece of marketing

I see the 'Mackle Flugga Details' section on the left panel says that the distillery is 'Muckle Flugga'. It would be nice to be told where the distilleries are, but rest assured they're not in Shetland, any more than the distillery for Blackwood's Gin is in Shetland (which is what many people believe, despite the small print on the bottle).

Many of us who actually live in Shetland would really rather you didn't use the Shetland name for products that, however good they may be, have only the most ephemeral connection with the islands.

1st February 2015

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