An, unsurprisingly, amber coloured dram from Macallan, part of the colour named 1824 Series. It's matured in sherry casks and chosen to be more fully flavoured than the Gold but a bit more restrained than the Sienna. A great example of what Macallan can do with good quality oak.
This is a very different experience to the Gold which is worth avoiding.
All be it without an age statement, its still a very enjoyable smooth single malt.
- John Franklin, 23rd June
Macallan, Macallan, what are you doing.
Weak nose and thin taste, this will not end good.
- anonymous, 26th March
Stupendous cinnamon spiced nose. Just pour a dram and sniff this and you'll think its Christmas. Palate is surprisingly a bit thin after the nose but sweetie shop delicious nonetheless. Finish is short but satisfying. The best value of the range I think.
- Aligav, 7th Oct '13
Quality apart, it is very difficult to navigate through the Macallan's range now. Don't know whether this was a good move as far as the marketing and Macallan's afficionados is concerned.
- rico, 16th May '13
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