70cl / 43%
18 Year Old Sherry Oak
- Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky
- Distillery Bottling
Macallan 1989 Reviews
Producer's Tasting Notes
Colour: Light Mahogany.
Nose: Dried fruits and ginger with hints of citrus, vanilla and cinnamon.
Palate: Rich dried fruits, spice, clove, orange and wood smoke.
Finish: Full dried fruits and sweet toffee, with a hint of ginger and wood smoke.
Comments: The Macallan's benchmark excellence is nowhere more evident than in the 18 Years Old expression. Voted best whisky in the world by Whisky Magazine in 2004.
Winner of Gold Medal at the International Spirits Challenge awards.
3 Customer Reviews
Reehmeo - Geographically, Speyside is a region within the Highlands. It is classified separately for whisky because there are so many distilleries concentrated within the region.
Above it states it is of the Speyside region. Isn't Macallan from Highland?
Big, deep, rich, fruity, highly complex with a massive sherry hit. Very well balanced and constructed. The Macallan elegance and intrinsic taste comes shining through. This, or something similar - like the Yamazaki 18. is always one of my regular nine on-the-go bottles. A real winner.