Macallan Rare Cask70cl / 43%
- Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky
- Distillery Bottling
- Milk Chocolate
Macallan Rare Cask Reviews
Tasting Notes by The Whisky Exchange
Nose: Vanilla, raisins and with apples, oranges, and spicy ginger, cinnamon, nutmeg and clove.
Palate: Echoing the nose, but with spice up front supported by raisin and vanilla in the background.
Finish: Chocolate and raisins fade to light notes of citrus zest.
Producer's Tasting Notes
Nose: Opulent, yet soft and slightly meandering, picture an orchestra setting up: quiet vanilla with deep notes, already in tune; raisin bold and booming, though only in spells; chocolate a star performer, but not a standout; a sweet ensemble of apple, lemon and orange, beautifully balanced with a spicy quartet of root ginger, cinnamon, nutmeg and clove. Then oak conducts, mature and elegant, with patience only time delivers.
Palate: The spicy quartet leads, loud and full, unwavering in their performance. Raisin dares to temper - and succeeds!! – but oak takes control; timeless, polished, rich and resonating. Vanilla and chocolate compliment each other in the background.
Finish: Light citrus zest, yet full and warming
8 Customer Reviews
Outstanding and complex as the tasting notes mention. Smooth - I add a splash of water- and full of dried fruit and spices. Better than Macallan's 18 in my opinion.
A stunning smooth single malt maturated in redundant Sherry casks. I disagree with Sat! You pay for excellence. It's to be expected. I've had it a few times at specialist whiskey ?? bars. Roughly ?15. "Lovely".
Why settle for less? This Scotch is the sweet spot.
One of the best
Marketing over substance. Fancy packaging and beautifully designed glass bottle, are in lieu of what's most important. There is no depth to taste and better whiskies can be had for half the price
The Macallan Rare Cask. Affordable investment, without doubt.
An outstanding blend! Perfectly smooth. One of the best I've tried
Some of the best I have tasted!