Bringing you a great experience with April’s new club bottle.
Following the great feedback for December’s exclusive Whisky Baron bottling for Summerton Club, February’s Exceptional whiskies and most of Scotland’s whisky industry on hold due to current restrictions meaning we couldn’t share our original choice, an exclusive bottling from The Single Cask (that will now be shared later in the year) – we were left wondering: would it possible for us to raise the bar for our members once more?
We have sourced a world’s first, limited edition, single malt Swedish whisky from Mackmyra – for just £50!
Grönt Te is a unique whisky, inspired by Mackmyra Master Blender, Angela D’Orazio’s recent trip to Japan, where she fell in love with the culture and flavours. She came back with an idea to create a whisky never tried before.
A blend of Oloroso wine and the finest vintage Japanese green tea leaves were used to season ex-Oloroso casks, to create subtle umami notes in this delicious whisky.
Naturally-coloured and non chill-filtered – as all of our Club Bottles have been – we feel that this bottle is a great step on our journey through the world of amazing whisky.
We’re excited to be sharing this fantastic bottle with you!
New members – Join, discover & enjoy for £50
Summerton Whisky Club sources the finest whiskies and delivers them directly to your door. And trust us – you don’t want to miss this very special release from from Mackmyra.
April 4th is out next cut-off date for joining.
If you love whisky, why haven’t you joined yet?
From the master blender herself
MACKMYRA GRÖNT TE REVIEWS
No Nonsense Whisky
The story of Mackmyra starts in Sälen, a ski resort in the west of Sweden, in March 1998. Eight friends met in a snow-covered cabin, each bringing a bottle of whisky with them to share on their holiday. There conversations one evening turned to whisky and the fact that whilst there was a lot of interest and love for single malt whisky in Sweden, there were no Swedish distilleries to make the golden nectar. That night, the eight decided to create a Swedish whisky. READ MORE