Octomore 3_152

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laddie teun
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Octomore 3_152

Postby laddie teun » Fri Aug 06, 2010 7:53 pm

Just in case anybody is interested...

The New Octomore 3_152 - Maltstock Pre-order special!!!

Octomore 3_152
The world's peatiest whisky: 152 ppm! This Octomore is not yet available in any shop. But you can already pre-order it through Maltstock. And with a very special Maltstock discount!

Maltstock guests pay just € 87,50 per bottle.
(The estimated price in the shop is around € 110,- )
Your bottle(s) will be waiting for you at Maltstock.

Not able to come to Maltstock, but still would like to pre-order this Octomore? That's also possible: for just € 95,- euro's (+ shipping) you can pre-order your bottle(s). Bottles will be send to you early September.

This 5 year old Octomore has been matured in ex-bourbon casks. At 152 ppm it is the world's peatiest whisky! It will be bottled at cask strength 59% ABV and is distilled from Scottish grown barley. Matured and botteld on Islay. "The iron fist in a velvet glove"

To order your bottle(s) simply send an e-mail to: info@maltstock.com

Maltstock tickets
If you haven't bought your Maltstock tickets yet, please do so as soon as possible. Tickets are not available at the Maltstock gates. All tickets need to be bought in advance through our online webshop. You can also still register for the free Malttsock tastings as soon as you have bought your tickets.

Hope to see you all in September, see you at Maltstock!

Arthur, Bob, Eline, Rogier & Teun

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Re: Octomore 3_152

Postby Swedish Chef » Wed Oct 27, 2010 12:27 pm

€ 87,50 - € 110 for a five year old, this is silly. :roll:

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Re: Octomore 3_152

Postby DavidUK » Wed Oct 27, 2010 12:47 pm

Swedish Chef wrote:€ 87,50 - € 110 for a five year old, this is silly. :roll:

That's exactly what I said to the people at Bruichladdich when I was there.

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Re: Octomore 3_152

Postby robbi@laurenson.com » Wed Oct 27, 2010 2:46 pm

Octomore is definitely on my list of "Oh, that's interesting..." whiskies. At that price I'll never care to find out how interesting.

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