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World’s oldest whisky liqueur launched

Master of Malt has announced the release of the world’s oldest whisky liqueur.

Made with Scotch whisky aged for 55 years, the liqueur is designed to appeal to single malt drinkers and leans heavily on its whisky flavours rather than trying to mask the taste with sweetness.

The Speyside whisky was aged in Sherry casks and was then bottled non-chill-filtered before the addition of natural sugar and spices.

A Master of Malt statement said: “We made this with one goal: to create a stunning whisky liqueur for single malt whisky drinkers, and we did it by basing our recipe on a staggeringly good 55 year old sherry-matured whisky liqueur from one of Scotland’s most famous distilleries.”

The limited edition liqueur, which has a price tag of £999.95 a bottle, is available exclusively from Master of Malt.

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