Method and Madness Oats & Malt
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£175.90

Product Description

A limited-edition Irish whiskey from Method And Madness, Oats and Malt has been triple distilled at the Midleton Micro Distillery using a combination of 60% Irish oats and 40% malted barley. Matured exclusively in ex-bourbon casks, the nose offers aromas of toasted marshmallows, pink peppercorns and orange zest, followed on the palate by notes of fudge, green apple, creamy oats, lemon zest and green chilli that linger in the finish.

Method and Madness Oats & Malt

70cl / 46%

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£75.95

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£63.29 ex VAT

(£108.50 per litre)

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  • Eco-friendly packaging

    Our boxes are made of 100% recyclable cardboard and our protective honeycomb paper wrap keeps your package safe and significantly reduces our need for plastic.

  • Flexible delivery options

    We deliver to countries all over the world! You can also select express delivery, or pick a specific delivery date, at checkout.

  • Packed with care

    Our experienced warehouse team take great care with every order. As specialists in glass packaging they ensure that your items stay safe and secure in transit.

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While we endeavour to provide full and accurate information on our website, there may be occasions where producers have updated their recipe or failed to provide full details of their ingredients and processes. This may affect factors including the product style and allergen information, and we would advise that you always check the label and not solely rely on the information presented here. If you are at all uncertain about a product then please contact our customer service team before purchase.

Midleton Distillery

In 2015 Ireland’s largest distillery became host to one of its smallest. The new micro distillery at Midleton was tasked with the creation of experimental spirits inspired by Irish whiskey history. This includes pot still whiskies made with a combination different grains, as were traditional across the island for centuries. These small-batch releases are bottled under the Method and Madness label, joining historic names such as Redbreast and Jameson on the star studded Midleton roster.

Uniquely Irish

The common oat was once a regular sight at distilleries in Ireland, where it was added to the mash tun with other cereals to create whiskies of great character and complexity. These historic spirits were made using copper pot stills and matured in oak, making them at least equal in quality to single malt whiskies. While their use distilling fell from favour in the 20th century, oats are said to bring a rich creaminess to the new make spirit – which is abundantly apparent in this latest Method and Madness release.

Method and Madness

To date, this eye-catching brand has been used to launch a variety of unusual projects from Midleton distillery. These have included another mixed mash bill whiskey based on malt and rye, a dry gin Method and Madness Gin made with coconut scented gorse flowers and a 33-year-old pot still whiskey finished in rare Japanese oak casks. Though they are built on a rich and storied tradition, these releases show there is no shortage of forward-thinking in Irish distilling today.

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