Milk & Honey Elements Sherry

£1.00 Per Ticket

Winner is: Gary Mc

Ticket number: 38

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About This Competition

Repeatedly in the Old Testament, God describes the Promised Land as “a land flowing with milk and honey”. This poetic description of Israel’s land emphasizes the fertility of the soil and bounty that awaited God’s chosen people. Even God might have struggled to foresee Whisky being added to that prophecy.

Milk & Honey  (sometimes referred to as M&H) is Israel’s first single malt whisky distillery. It began operating in 2014 in the south of Tel Aviv.  I’ll be honest, I’ve never tried any of their spirit & my only exposure to them was hearing about some weird Dead Sea & Pomegranate wine finishes.

So , much like everyone else, I was astounded to see one of their core range releases – The M&H Elements Sherry – being voted best single malt IN THE WORLD! For context this is the same award panel which voted for the Lakes Whisky Makers Reserve 4 & Glenallachie 10 yr old as the worlds best in previous years. The GlenAllachie was indeed, incredibly delicious.  So I suppose its not totally out of the blue to expect a total underdog to have won.

Anyways, there’s only one way to find out whether this accolade has legs or if the judges were just not very good. So here’s your chance at winning the best whisky in the world to decide for yourself.

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