- Bottle Size:
- Barrel aged
- 18 Year Old
- Singel Malt
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A rich and elegant single malt, enticingly dark in colour.
Raisin, dates and figs dominate whilst sultana and toffee apples add texture and depth. The weight of flavour from the raisins is dark and rich with great viscosity. Dry ginger and soft cinnamon hint at the edges the edges. Dark chocolate is majestic, vanilla sweetness lingers in the background.
Heavy and sumptuous. A rich fruit cake of raisin, dates and figs, apples, sultanas, orange then ginger, nutmeg, cinnamon and hints of clove. Oak notes are like velvet, soft and chic.
Silky smooth with a long and full finish.
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Double casked in new American oak and European oak casks. 100% Sherry seasoned.
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Edition No.3 is a collaboration between drawn from a combination of European and American oak casks, presenting a sweet and fruity character.
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Distilled in 1998 and bottled by Gordon & MacPhail in 2017, this Macallan vintage makes the perfect gift – whether addressed to your good self or a loved one! With or without water, the dram goes down a storm, showcasing a soft, fruity flavor with elements of nut, vanilla and butterscotch.
Macallan 12 Gran Reserva
A spicy gingered cask reflects McCurry’s bold and brave style; a cask of age where oak influence prevails over individual characteristics symbolises Parr’s oblique view of the world;
A classic cask with an intense black cherry note complements Pellegrin’s forceful black and white pictures; two casks reflect Power’s photography which captures the familiar, but from an often obscure point of view.
An ex-European red wine cask imparting a rich mahogany red colour represents Pinkhassov’s contrasting and brightly coloured work; a first fill American barrel with its delicate citrus notes captures Soth’s heritage and spirit of adventure.
The resulting final cask is an intensely sweet yet classic Macallan with edge and depth, bringing the whole creation together and representing the imagination and brilliance of Magnum.
Folio 4 features an advertisement including a strathspey composed by James Scott Skinner (1843-1927). The ad notes that Skinner, "The Strathspey King", was moved to music by the lilting flavour and melting resonances of a tumbler of his favourite malt whisky - The Macallan.
The ad, small but groundbreaking, was the first instance of musical notation displayed on a page of British newspaper, The Times, and quite possibly in the advertising of any whisky.
dispatched on the 23 of September