One of the most popular distilleries in the world, over the last four decades Macallan has built probably the best reputation for quality malt whisky and is the most sought-after whisky for collectors. Rare expressions can change hands for thousands of pounds and prices for such bottles are continuously going up. Macallan built its enviable rep ... Read More »
A very special 1964 vintage Macallan bottled from sherrywood by independent bottlers Signatory in the early 1990s. 1960s Macallans are highly sought after, and cask strength independent bottlings are difficult to come by. This should be superb.
The second of Macallan's Masters of Photography series sensibly avoids the controversies of the first, with a special 20yo sherried whisky and a book of photos by Albert Watson on the journey of the sherry cask. The presentation box contains ten of these photos reproduced as special prints.
This Carn Mor Macallan is a sister cask to the Cream Sherry bottling, and the two casks were distilled on the same day in 1965 and bottled on the same day in 2008. A fascinating experiment (for the deep-pocketed) to see how different types of cask affect identical spirit.
A 1989 vintage Macallan selected as part of the Masters of Photography series, celebrating the work of Annie Leibowitz. This was matured in a sherry butt and features a photograph of actor & director Kevin McKidd entitled 'The Gallery'.
Part of the Annie Leibowitz collection in Macallan's Masters of Photography series, this 1996 vintage whisky was matured in an American Oak butt and is paired with a photograph of New York's iconic skyline, appropriately called 'The Skyline'.
A very rare Macallan - just 120 bottles of this were produced in 1996 for guests at an event to mark the retirement of Peter Nicol from the Macallan distillery after 43 years service. The malts used were chosen by Mr Nicol himself.
A very elaborately-packaged Macallan released to celebreate the 250th Anniversary of the birth of Robert Burns. A vatting of two casks from different years that both bore the number 1759 (the year of Burns' birth), this comes in an unusually pretty decanter with an insert containing a map and a Burns poem as well as information about the bottling.
A famous old expression of The Macallan 30 year old, matured entirely in sherry oak casks. This was the last edition of the sherried 30yo before the introduction of the Fine Oak series, and also the last 30yo before Macallan revamped their bottle shape and packaging, ditching the wooden boxes for 25yo and 30yo.