Macallan 12 Year Old
70cl / 40%
- Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky
- Distillery Bottling
- In Stock
- Express delivery available
- Maximum 2 per customer
Macallan 12 Year Old Reviews
9 Customer Reviews
Good whisky, I feel quality here, sofisticated. I like this style of whisky. I found similarities with Glengoyne 12 on the nose and palate but not in the finish. Something after the burst until the end reminds me the Benromach Organic which is matured in american virgin oak. As in Benromach organic I feel that there is something to be released. But I prefer Glengoyne 12, also sophisticated and quality whisky, because is richer and don't have that sensation of hidden flavours, and the malt flavour is proeminent.
Gloriously refreshing whisky, the perfect balance between sweet and dry. May appear deceptively light initially but that's because this whisky is all about finesse. Actually reminds me of Japanese whisky, there seems to be that perfection of effect. Nothing here is overpowering, everything in the glass swirls in gentle harmony.
Amazing whisky, a greate spicy taste and the casks really shines through
I lived in France for many years and there was a lot of the fine oak 12 year about. This is probably the best whisky I have tasted. If only you could still find it in the duty-free shops for ?30!! I'd give it six stars if I could...
Came across this whilst on holiday & boy am I glad I did. Always wondered what James Bond drank, now I know & why. This has to be one of the finest scotches ever distilled. It has a seductive nose, like a beautiful woman, leaves you coming back for more. The palate is so smooth & mellow. Why oh why has it taken so long for us to find each other.
I love it , best single malt ever try.
Fantastic Single Malt Scotch Whiskey , great taste, great balance, great quality! Miki KM
A lovely whiskey, fruity with a strong pear taste and hints of vanilla as well, finish is a bit short, but for the price a very decent dram...
A classy dram, complex nose and plenty of irresistable undertones of honey, raisins and dates on the palate. Some subtle sweetness (sherry) and vanilla (bourbon) persist, setting the stage for a beautiful warm finish. I opened this bottle pre-dinner on a cold night, it sharpened the appetite and set the mood for a highly enjoyable and entertaining night, with The Glendronach served as a digestif. I will try some other bottles in the Fine Oak range.