This sublime spirit enjoys a cult following in some of the finest hotels and bars in the world where demand for the precious malt continually outstrips supply. Rated 100 out of 100 by the Beverage Institute of Chicago in 1999. MAXIMUM 1 PER CUSTOMER.
Not AvailableThis product is currently out of stock.when this product is available.
CountryScotlandRegionSpeysideBottlerDistillery BottlingAge25 Year OldCask TypeSherry
Nose: Citrus balanced with cinnamon, sherry and wood smoke.
Palate: Full and rich, with dried fruits and wood smoke.
Finish: Long, with dried fruits, wood smoke and spice.
Comments: This sublime spirit enjoys a cult following in some of the finest bars in the world where demand for the precious malt continually outstrips supply. Rated 100 out of 100 by the Beverage Institute of Chicago in 1999. Winner of Gold Medal at the International Spirits Challenge awards "My personal favourite whisky is The Macallan. The 10 year old is marvellous, the 18 year old is superb while the 25 year old is sensational." Lord McAlpine
Customer Reviews: (6 reviews)
My wife surprised me this Christmas 2011 with the 25 and I enjoy the 18 but this is outstanding.``
- Bill P, 28th Dec '11
I was given a bottle of this by some good friends, and it is absolutely the best. I had tasted it in bars and restaurants, so I knew what was in store for me. It is my choice on very select occasions.
- olzeke, 8th Oct '11
Medium plus intensity of brown with orange lights. On the nose, smoke, peat, orange peel, apricot, raisin and other dried fruits, very complex. On the palate, dry, creamy texture, full bodied, high alcohol. Flavours of peat, smoke, fudge, caramel, all the fruits from the nose plus a nutty quality also, much more complex then the nose. A long finish. Very high quality whiskey, smooth and bursting of flavour, exceptionally well made.
- Paddy Cullen, 15th Jan '11
- anonymous, 27th Oct '10
The 18 is better dollar for dollar
- anonymous, 4th May '10
Smoky flavor with tannin sensation on the palate, finish smooth and dry with cinnamon, sherry and spice.
- PDA V, 22nd Mar '10
Your Review:Your Name (leave blank for anonymous):