Antarctica Series 2 : Tennessee 13 Year Old 2003

After the success of the first two series of limited editions (the so-called Animal Series and Galaxy Series, check our history page here), it was only logical that Mark & Manny would continue their search of exclusive single casks of whisky.

The plan is to again release 4 whisky's this year, which will be limited to only 50 bottles each.

The third series is an homage to Ilse Everaert, a Flemish photographer, who visited Antarctica a couple of years ago and came back with many stunning photos. Mark & Manny were so impressed that they asked Ilse for permission to use some of these on the labels of their bespoke whisky releases. Ilse was charmed and readily agreed.

We started with a fruity Speysider from the Aultmore Distillery, but for our second release we crossed to pond to America and got hold of a single cask of Tennessee Whiskey, a first for MMM.

Ah, Tennessee...It's the land of Davy Crockett, Graceland, Fairy Floss.
And it's the home of the finest damn whiskey on either side of the Mississippi.

Find out more here or check out this video!

You will notice that the label is designed in such a way that the information about the release appears on the back of the bottle, allowing the stunning photograph to get all the attention it deserves. More info here.

On the label of our second release, Ilse captured Brown Station, named after Admiral William Brown, the founder of the Argentinian navy. It can be found in Paradise Bay. You can read more about it here.

The MMM Credo

MMM - or triple M for short - stands for Mark and Manny's Malts, sure. But it stands for a lot more... 

Our credo is as straightforward as our plan. We will be offering great taste in small numbers. We will bottle affordable malts that everyone can enjoy. And we will always tell you exactly what distillery it is from and when it was distilled.

50 bottles only!

Our releases are always limited to only 50 bottles! So get them while you can.

Once they are gone, that's it! Don't miss out. Click here if you are ready to order.



May the Malt be with you!