Posts Tagged “Milk and Honey”

M&H Elements Red Wine Cask (46%)

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M&H Elements Red Wine Cask (46%)

Following the very well received M&H Classic (reviewed here), the distillery’s Master Distiller, Tomer Goren, went on to create three permanent expressions, each highlights a cask type used by the distillery to bring out different aspects of its character. All three are bottled at 46% ABV, and include: Elements Red Wine Cask – Matured in…

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Milk and Honey Distillery – M&H Staying Alive in Tel Aviv – COVID -19 Edition (55%)

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Milk and Honey Distillery – M&H Staying Alive in Tel Aviv – COVID -19 Edition (55%)

The 2020 Whisky Live Tel Aviv was scheduled for March and like every other whisky event all over the world, was postponed. This expression was supposed to be the Whisky Live bottling, and once it was clear that the event was not going to be held on the alternative dates proposed for mid-May, it was…

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Milk and Honey – M&H Founder’s Edition (57%)

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Milk and Honey – M&H Founder’s Edition (57%)

In 2013, plans for a distillery in Tel Aviv were well underway, and the founders of the distillery initiated a brilliant move to gain the distillery some notoriety. Hence, an Indiegogo campaign was launched which sold 1000 bottles of a future promise. This promise came to fruition in the Founder’s Edition, a beautiful rendition of…

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M&H Classic – Milk and Honey Distillery (46%)

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M&H Classic – Milk and Honey Distillery  (46%)

Milk and Honey, or rather M&H, is my local Tel Aviv distillery. I’ve tasted the new make a mere days after the distillery started to distill in 2016, and have been regularly tasting the spirit in various casks as it progressed on its journey to become whisky. You’ll find my previous posts about the distillery…

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Milk and Honey Distillery – The Last one – Young Single Malt (46%)

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Milk and Honey Distillery – The Last one – Young Single Malt (46%)

The end of 2018 marks the third full year of operations at the Milk and Honey distillery in Tel Aviv. It thus marks, also, the last of the “not yet whisky” single malts, dubbed “Young Single Malt”. This edition, the fourth ‘Young Single Malt’, however, is different than the others. The Last One previews the…

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