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Macallan is undoubtedly the best-known producer of sherryes single malt whisky. The distillery was founded in 1824 in the middle of the Speyside (that the Speyside is part of the Highlands is a reason for Macallan to call itself a Highland distillery). Macallan managed to build a big name in the last century with their sherryed whiskies. So much so that old Macallan bottlings appeared that later turned out to be 'fake'.
Macallan also releases bottlings that aged on bourbon casks. But still the name Macallan is associated with sherryed whisky.
This single malt whisky from Macallan matured for 12 years on 'Sherry Seasoned American & European Oak'. This is a good example of a modern-style Macallan: less complex and with less emphasis on 'sherry' than the classic drams of this brand. Curious?
The Macallan Fine Oak matured in 3 different casks: 2 types of sherry cask and bourbon barrels. This results in a pleasantly drinkable, not too difficult single malt whisky. The emphasis here is also less on 'sherry' than with most other Macallan's.
A perfect example of a classic, sherryed Macallan, this 18-year-old single malt whisky from vintage year 1979. Bottled in 1997 for the American market, at 43%. Almost not available anymore, but now in our shop, at a competitive price!
Bottled in 2004 in the Fine Oak series, this 21-year-old Macallan single malt whisky. It is a classic now. The whisky matured in bourbon and sherry casks. The cask influences combine beautifully with the classic Macallan profile. A very special dram!
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