Macallan, Fine Oak, 18 Year Old, 43%, NV

  Macallan Distillery

Macallan, Fine Oak, 18 Year Old, 43%

Contains Sulphites.

About Macallan Distillery

Macallan is one of the most iconic distilleries in Scotland and its style is instantly recognisable for being wonderfully smooth and sherried due to their use of sherry casks for maturation. Quintessentially Speyside in style, Macallan is interestingly labelled as a Highland Malt, despite being based in Craigellachie, the heart of Speyside. Today Macallan makes some of the rarest bottles of whisky available and of particular note is their Fine & Rare series which frequently attracts the attention of investors and collectors worldwide and has set a number of records at auction and through travel retail premises.

Appellation: Highland

The Highlands are one of Scotland’s vast whisky regions, boasting a spectrum of styles from rich and textured to fragrantly floral, as befits an ever-changing landscape of coastline, moor and mountain.

To call Highland single malts diverse is an understatement: from the fertile east coast to the rugged west, this vast area boasts a rich variety of distillery styles. From light and grassy to heavily sherried – these are whiskies that refuse to be pigeonholed. Some of the most well-known Highland distilleries include Clynelish, Dalmore, Edradour, Glendronach, Oban and Old Pulteney.

Curiously, there are only three distilleries that are allowed to use the ‘Royal Epithet in their names and all are located in the Highlands: Royal Brackla, Glenury Royal (Now closed) and Royal Lochnagar.