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And the winner is...

By Miguel in News

So finally the day has come, Sunday. And I am ready to announce the winner of the fabulous £100 whisky bottle.

During the last ten days, in Facebook, Google+ and email hundreds of friends have joined in this give-away and after getting more than seven hundred entries I have spent all the Sunday morning building the list of entries to randomly choose a winner.

So without more delays…

A Wardrobe of Whisky is proud to announce that the winner of the £100 whisky give away is…

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Win a #whiskyadvent Calendar from Master of Malt

By Miguel in News

A Wardrobe of Whisky turns three years old somewhere between October and November so to celebrate such mythical age at which raw spirit turns into single malt whisky and teaming up with Master of Malt, we are giving away a fantastic Whisky Advent Calendar.


Behind each of the 24 windows lies a different 3cl sample dram of delicious whisky! As each calendar is the same you’ll be able to discuss the dram that’s revealed each day, whether it be a single malt Scotch whisky or some other treat from around the world, with other proud owners of one of the very best things ever.

So what you need to win this fantastic prize, it is quite simple:

  1. Like A Wardrobe of Whisky on Facebook or Google+ ( or both for more chances )
  2. Each day I will publish task. Share and accomplish it for get your daily chance. For example liking a photo or answering a whisky related question.
  3. That’s all.

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