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Fancy winning a £4,000 bottle of Glenfarclas?

18 May 2011 Written by:

gf50lr

I know i would! You all know I am a bit of a Glenfarclas fan. I think their line-up from the 10 to the 40 is brilliant (and no, I am not a stock holder…)

MoM are organizing another competition and guess what? they are giving away a 50 year old single cask worth a mere £4000.

here goes:

To celebrate Father’s Day 2011, online retailer Master of Malt is giving away a 50 year old, single cask, £4,000 bottle of Glenfarclas single malt Scotch. The one-of-a-kind whisky was bottled in a stunning engraved glass decanter, which celebrates the on-going partnership between Master of Malt and Glenfarclas.

The next 500 bottles of Glenfarclas sold on www.masterofmalt.com will each come with one free entry to win this unique bottle, and because it’s one entry per bottle rather than per order, if you order 10 bottles of Glenfarclas you’ll get 10 chances to win!

The competition closes either when the 500 chances to enter run out, or on Father’s Day (19th June 2011), whichever is sooner. The lucky winner will be announced by the end of June 2011.

you can choose from many GF bottles when ordering, the list is here.

I think i am off to order a bottle myself.

Slainte!

4 Comments »

  • Sorter said:

    Hi Gal,
    Can I ask a rookie question?
    When you order a whiskey from an website how does it gets here?
    what about custom?
    Thanks,
    Sorter

  • Gal(WhiskyIsrael) said:

    Are you based in Israel? or… where?  

  • Sorter said:

    sorry, I thought it’s obvious (dont know why really…)
    yes, I’m “based” in Israel.

  • Gal(WhiskyIsrael) said:

    “sorter” is not really a hebrew name you know 😉 email me for more details 

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