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Motörhead whisky has been awarded a medal at Europe’s largest whisky fair for both trade and consumers - Stockholm Beer and Whisky festival.

The single malt whisky is made by reputable swedish whisky producer Mackmyra in collaboration with Brands For Fans and of course the band members, including Lemmy Kilmister, Motörhead's legendary bass playing front man who sadly passed away end of 2015.

Eventhough the whisky now has recognition by the official trade, Mikkey Dee is the one who describes the whisky best:  ”- The whisky is incredibly good, with full character and fully flavoured with a superb bourbon touch, as it’s been aged in bourbon casks. All of us in the band have been active in the production process and are very proud over the result”

The award is a testament to all the hard work of the Brands for Fans, Global and Motörhead teams.

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Motörhead Whisky

6/14/16 7:01 PM

Motörhead Whisky, Lemmy's own choice of whisky!

When Motörhead Whisky was launched October 1, 2015, it became an immediate success. First batch sold out in just a couple of weeks. People all over the world wanted to buy it. Sweden was first out and soon other countries was to follow. In Germany, many liquor stores are now selling it, people just loves this smooth "bourbonized" single malt from Sweden. (Check the retailers to find where to buy) 

Angela D'Orazio, Master Blender / CNO, Chief Nose Officer explains: "These wonderful oakbarrels! I often come across fine barrels of whisky down in the mine, and here we have a bunch of great new American oak barrels that have matured a full five years. We talked about making a Swedish Malt Whisky with taste influences from Bourbon to the guys, - and there it was only waiting for us. For a little touch of something more, we added a small portion of whisky for six months ending on Oloroso oakbarrels."

Alcohol strength is 40% and the whisky is cool filtered, so no cloudiness should occur in the bottle or the glass, if the whisky is served at a lower temperature. In summary this becomes an enjoyable, easy to drink and easy oaky and spicy Swedish Single Malt Whisky.



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