Much like the Queen, The Macallan needs no introduction. This single malt scotch whisky has created a name for itself, and it’s a name we respect.
Filling oak casts with only 16% of the spirit stills’ distillation, The Macallan is incredibly selective, providing its consumers with only the best of the best. The stills on Speyside in Scotland are famous for their size – or lack thereof, I should say. Out of these small stills, the whisky is aged in oak casts from around the world, creating the distinct flavors and aromas The Macallan is known for.
While the American oak casks create light citrus and vanilla flavors, the Spanish oak casks deliver flavors and aromas of chocolate, fruit, and spices. The color of The Macallan is also decided by the barrels in which it is aged. While tinted spirits may fade in the light, the clear, colorlessness of The Macallan is collected from the stills at an average 69.8% alcohol by volume.
Although The Macallan is known for its specificity and perfection in all its drinks, there is none more carefully crafted than The Macallan 65 Years Old. Consuming your senses with a sweet vanilla aroma, The Macallan 65 Years old shocks your tongue with cracked black pepper flavors, enveloped in dark cocoa, leaving behind a dark chocolate honey taste to tease your senses for another taste. There is a reason The Macallan 65 Years Old is its most peerless spirit. While this magnificent drink will cost you upwards of $35,000 per bottle, you can always email email@example.com and check for a discount.