Win a Year's Supply of Whisky From Master of Malt

By Master Of Malt, PRNE
Tuesday, November 16, 2010

CROWBOROUGH, England, November 17, 2010 - Master of Malt have launched a Golden Dram Competition in which five
lucky winners will receive a year's supply of whisky from the world's
greatest distilleries.

The competition was launched to celebrate the release of Master of Malt's
dram sets - 24 different tasting sets showcasing the world's finest spirits.
Each set includes five beautifully labelled, wax-dipped samples, specially
selected by the Master of Malt tasting team. There is a wide range of sets to
choose from including an Old and Rare Whisky Tasting Set, a Regions of
Scotland, a Super Peaty Whisky Tasting Set, and many more.

120 Different Whiskies

Golden Drams have been hidden in five lucky tasting sets, and if you find
a golden dram before the end of November, you win a free Gold Membership (RRP
GBP499.95) into Master of Malt's Dram Club. Gold members receive a year's
supply of whisky, with 10 exquisite drams every month! That's a glass of
superb whisky every other day!

Dram Club

Master of Malt's Dram Club is the ultimate chance to try exceptional
whiskies from all over the world. There are three different membership

Bronze Dram Club Membership (GBP84.95) includes;

    - A 5 dram box-set every three months
    - Two Glencairn tasting glasses

Silver Dram Club Membership (GBP249.95) includes;

    - 5 new whiskies to try every month
    - Two Glencairn tasting glasses

Gold Dram Club Membership (GBP499.95) includes;

    - 10 new and exciting drams every month (a year's supply of whisky)
    - Two Glencairn tasting glasses.

You can browse the range of dram sets here

Or you can read up on membership into Master of Malt's Dram Club here

For more information on the Golden Dram Competition, visit

About Master of Malt

    - Established in 1985
    - One of the UK's leading online whisky and spirits retailers
    - A highly rated independent bottler, all of whose single cask whiskies
      scored over 90 points in the Jim Murray Whisky Bible 2009. -

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