At Malt Marketing we pride ourselves in helping both aspiring and established whisky businesses market and promote themselves on our bespoke online whisky marketing platform Malt Marketing.com and associated Malt Marketing YouTube channel…
Since launching in 2012, Malt Marketing has supported a large number of whisky shops, online retailers, whisky bars and events across the modern whisky drinking world. Through online banner advertisements, a bespoke whisky business directory and through regular online features and infomercials, Malt Marketing has helped build brand awareness and consumer engagement for a large number of clients
Malt Marketing continues to work alongside and support many of the most iconic premium scotch whisky brands available today including The Macallan, Highland Park and Laphroaig malt whiskies as well as Japanese whiskies Yamazaki, Hakushu and Hibiki. While providing an interactive and up to date platform from which to showcase premium brands, Malt Marketing also actively engage with brand content through social media further building brand presence and consumer awareness among wider social media networks.
Macallan 1938 31 Year Old Fine & Rare 70cl 43% abv Speyside – £42,500.00
Macallan 1940 35 Year Old Fine & Rare 70cl 43% abv Speyside – £40,000.00
Macallan 1947 15 Year Old Fine & Rare 70cl 45.4% abv Speyside – £34,000.00
Macallan Diamond Jubilee 2012 Whisky – Price: £7,999.99
Macallan Queen Elizabeth II Coronation Bottling 2013 Whisky – £4,249.99
Macallan Royal Marriage 29th April 2011 Whisky – £7,000.00
Dalmore 45 Year Old (70cl, 40%) – £11,000.00
The Balvenie 40 Year Old (70cl, 48.5%) – £3,349.90
Glenlivet 64 Year Old 1954 – Private Collection (Gordon & MacPhail) (70cl, 41%) – £9,995.00
Dalmore 40 Year Old (2018 Release) (70cl, 42%) – £6,736.50
Glenfarclas Family Cask Trunk (1000cl, 50.6%) – £105,000.00
Rosebank 26 Year Old (That Boutique-y Whisky Company) (50cl, 48.5%) – £1,401.95
Glenfiddich 50 Year Old (70cl, 46.1%) – £23,847.38
Glenfarclas 1955 (cask 2216) Family Cask Spring 2015 Release (70cl, 45.4%) – £6,584.50
Glenfarclas 1965 (cask 4512) Family Cask Spring 2015 (70cl, 51.8%) – £4,100.00
Glenfarclas 1966 (cask 4198) Family Cask Spring 2015 Release (70cl, 50.6%) – £5,129.03
Glenfarclas 1970 (cask 2026) Family Cask Spring 2015 Release (70cl, 53%) – £5,988.00
The Macallan Royal Marriage – 1981 (75cl, 43%) – £4,995.00
Bunnahabhain 36 Year Old 1980 – Canasta Cask Finish (70cl, 49.5%) – £1,750.00
Craigellachie 39 Year Old 1980 (cask 2037) – Exceptional Cask Series (70cl, 53%) – £3,500.00
Talisker 24 Year Old 1953 – Connoisseur’s Choice (Gordon & MacPhail) (75cl, 43%) – £2,000.00
Talisker 41 Year Old 1978 Bodega Series 2 (70cl, 50.7%) – £2,900.00
Brora 40 Year Old 1978 – 200th Anniversary Release (70cl, 49.2%) – £4,500.00
With an in depth knowledge of the retail and secondary whisky market, Malt Marketing is well positioned to help you acquire rare and collectible whisky. Whether you’re a private collector or investor or merely taking your first steps into the world of whisky buying and selling, Malt Marketing can offer support along every step of the journey.
Whether selling a single bottle or all or part of an existing collection, Malt Marketing can offer support through the entire whisky auction process. From arranging collection through to the listing and end payment stage, Malt Marketing work with established whisky auctioneers who ensure a reliable, transparent and seamless sales process.
As well as promoting whiskey shops, bars and brands, Malt Marketing also works alongside whisky tour operators offering among the finest whisky sampling and tasting experiences at many of Scotland’s finest whisky distilleries. Offering tailored chauffeuring services including hotel and airport pickups, Malt Marketing’s tour partners also offer the very best in luxury travel and distillery experiences across Scotland.
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We’ve always believed at Malt Marketing that a picture tells a thousand words and well video yet more words still. When it comes to providing an insight into the world of the premium single malt, The Macallan never fail to disappoint as they continue to combine effective collaboration and a seemingly endless array of flair and creativity.
The Macallan, distributed by Maxxium UK, has today unveiled The 1824 Series, a range showcasing two of its greatest strengths; oak sherry casks and natural colour.
Grounded in an unwavering commitment to sourcing the very best oak sherry casks, the most expensive in the industry, The 1824 Series showcases the signature style of The Macallan, embracing the defining elements which have made it one of the world’s truly great single malts.
Bob Dalgarno, The Macallan Whisky Maker, has created four expressions by identifying the natural colour formed during maturation in different casks types to create the character informed by these colours. The expressions are Gold, Amber, Sienna and Ruby, all names reflecting the actual colour of the whiskies in the range, but also describing naturally occurring mineral and metals.
This innovative approach to whisky making is the first to derive the final character from the natural colours drawn into The Macallan from the oak sherry casks over the years of maturation. It has allowed Bob Dalgarno to assess the broadest range of casks delivering an unrivalled range of natural colours. The casks chosen for the range deliver a gradation of colour from light to dark, with the wood character defining each expression’s flavour, moving from lighter, lemon citrus to richer, dried fruit notes. As the whiskies become darker and richer, so the pool of casks able to deliver this character becomes smaller and rarer.
Bob Dalgarno, Whisky Maker, The Macallan, said, “The Macallan world of colour is the true inspiration of the 1824 Series. Using colour to drive and define a whisky differs dramatically from the conventional age approach, allowing us to explore different casks and take a more flexible approach to our stock. We have been able to work creatively with the full range of matured stock available, rather than working to a pre-determined character based on age. For me, the key thought in this range is that a great single malt doesn’t need to be 30 years old to taste like a 30 year old.”
By drawing on his broadest range of skills in cask selection, Bob has been unshackled by the need to draw on casks selected first and foremost for their age. His expert skills ensure consistency through the effective management and selection of the casks which provide the spectrum of natural colour and character essential to The Macallan.
Commenting on this latest innovation, Ken Grier, Director of Malts, Edrington, said “As some 60% of the aroma and flavour of The Macallan derives from the oak maturation casks, this new range is a genuine opportunity to demonstrate the critical role of these exceptional casks and also to challenge perceptions about bottling at arbitrary ages. Taking colour as the basis for shaping these whiskies, an industry first, is testimony both to the innovative approach to whisky making and to the long experience of our Whisky Maker. This truly is Bob’s work at its very best.”
Peter Sandstrom, Marketing Director, Maxxium UK said: “The Macallan 1824 Series is the perfect combination of two of the most influential factors which make this single malt whisky amongst the most distinctive and desirable, namely oak sherry casks and natural colour. It is testament to our great relationship with Edrington that Maxxium UK is the first market to debut this exciting new range.”
The Macallan Gold (RRP £36), The Macallan Amber (RRP £45), The Macallan Sienna (RRP £66) and The Macallan Ruby (RRP £120) will be available at selected whisky retailers.
Issued by The BIG Partnership on behalf of The Macallan: www.themacallan.com
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The BIG Partnership, Sarah McDonald or Laura Hutchinson
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