I’ve been working with Master of Malt on a deal to give my readers something cool; something exclusive and special - FREE WHISKY. It’s just my way of saying “Thank You” to all of the folks who keep coming back to my blog (and a nice “Welcome” to all of my new readers as well). Master of Malt agreed to give a free a “Drinks by the Dram” 3cl sample with any order that came through my blog.
Q: How do I claim my free whisky?
All you have to do to claim the sample is, when ordering from Master of Malt, enter the term “JSMWS Sample“ in the “Delivery Instructions” box of their online shopping cart. Easy right? However, if you don’t enter this term into the box, you will not receive your free whisky. (Note: one sample per order)
While you will not be able to choose the sample, the smart folks at Master of Malt will couple samples with your bottle orders accordingly (E.G. if you buy a bottle of Ardbeg Corryvreckan, you’ll get a 3cl sample of their exclusive Islay 12yr. Order a bottle of Highland Park 18yr and you’ll receive a free 3cl sample of the MoM exclusive Orkney 12yr whisky — get it?)
While my main reason for agreeing to this arrangement is to help keep you all coming back, you must know that I will be receiving a small commission from Master of Malt on any business I bring to them. I would not be honest if I did not tell you this.
In my Master of Malt Drinks by the Dram Arran sample tasting post, I told you that Master of Malt gifted some samples to me for review. I wanted to be upfront about this as my reviews are, and will remain to be, completely independent and not influenced in **any way** be it by free samples or payment. If I don’t like a whisky, I’m going to tell you. If I like a whisky I’ll tell you. My nose, my tongue, my reviews. It’s this simple.
Additionally, while I am offering you free whisky through Master of Malt, I’ve added in (on the right side of this blog) the online stores I frequent which are also fine, fine establishments. Just because I’ve made an arrangement with Master of Malt doesn’t mean I wont tell you about any great deals that may come from Shoppers Vineyard, The Whisky Exchange, etc… In the end, I am here for you – to (hopefully) educate you with my reviews, make you laugh, keep you informed of news in the whisky world and hell, I’ll get you some free whisky too!
Master of Malt ships to the following countries:
UK orders — Master of Malt will try to despatch orders received before 16:00 the same day and they charge a flat rate for any number of bottles to a single address. Costs range from a £6.95 for next day service to £4.95 for a “super-saver” delivery. With regards to worldwide shipments, details are below:
- France, Germany, Belgium, Netherlands, Luxembourg – 2 to 4 days
- Austria, Denmark, Switzerland – 3 to 5 days
- Czech Republic, Slovakia, Italy, Spain – 4 to 6 days
- Estonia, Finland, Hungary, Malta, Poland, Slovenia, Portugal, Sweden – 5 to 7 days
- Bosnia Herzegovina – 6 to 8 days
- Bulgaria – 7 to 9 days
- Norway – 7 to 9 days
- Russia – 7 to 9 days
- Australia 5 to 7 days
- USA – 4 to 6 days by air, 5 to 6 weeks by sea
- Israel – About 10 days