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The Scotch Whisky Masters 2020

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The Scotch Whisky Masters 2020

In May 2020 The Spirits Business will stage The Scotch Whisky Masters competition in a drive to find and reward the finest Scotch Whisky brands on the world stage. Chaired by The Spirits Business and a panel of leading spirits specialists, the whiskies will be judged in a blind tasting, to discover the Scotch Whisky Masters of 2020. Excellence will be recognised by category, age and price point.

Silver, Gold and Master medals will be awarded in each category. The Gold and Master winners will then be judged for the overall title of Scotch Whisky Taste Master 2020

 

TERMS & CONDITIONS:

• To enter Scotch Whisky Masters 2020, you must be one of the following: a brand owner, a producer, a distributor/importer or a retailer

• If you are not the brand owner, you must have written permission to enter the Masters Series

• Awards will be given at the discretion of the judges

• The chairman’s decision is final

• Medal winners will receive an official results email in the beginning of June 2020.

 

TO ENTER:
  1. Complete the entry form
  2. To pay, please include a cheque made payable to Union Press Ltd or provide credit card details on the entry form
  3. Forward two samples for each category entered to: Rhiannon Morris, The Scotch Whisky Masters, Wine Sorted, Little Owl Farm,
    Main Road, Murcott OX5 2RE. Refunds cannot be given for samples that do not arrive on time.
  4. Please ensure that all UK duty on samples is pre-paid. This can be arranged through your shipping company.
  5. A high-resolution bottle shot of each product entered must be emailed to rhiannon.morris@thespiritsbusiness.com by the closing date

 

For further information please contact us at rhiannon.morris@thespiritsbusiness.com or Tel: +44 207 803 2430

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