Macallan - 18 Year Old Sherry Oak 1996 - Speyside Malt Whisky


Macallan - 18 Year Old Sherry Oak 1996
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The classic award winning Macallan matured exclusively in sherry casks and available in elegant packaging.

Colour: Light mahogany.

Nose: Dried fruits and ginger, with a hint of citrus, vanilla and cinnamon.

Palate: Rich dried fruits with spice, clove, orange and wood smoke.

Finish: Full and lingering with dried fruits and sweet toffee, ginger and a hint of wood smoke.

The Sherry Oak range is exclusively matured in sherry seasoned oak casks from Spain and America for a beautifully dark, full flavoured single malt whisky.

Category(s):     Single Malt Whisky

Producer: Macallan Distillers Ltd   -
ABV:   43%
Age:   18 Year Old
Brand:   Macallan Distillers Ltd
Country of Origin:   Scotland
Distillery:   Macallan
Region:   Speyside


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1 Product Reviews

Date of Review: Fri, 23 Sep 2011
Review: Their 18yr old (43%) is matured in sherry casks so I expected some rather rich flavours mixed with some a fruity edge, and I wasn\'t far wrong. On the nose the strong aromas of dried fruit with a slight peat smell mixed with cinnamon hit your senses. The taste of the dried fruits became bolder, with a spicy wood smoke finish that lingered slightly. On its after-taste it gave a slight harsh tone but it soon mellows out into a nice finish.

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Producer Information

For 300 years Easter Elchies House has stood on the banks of the Spey as a symbol of Scottish fortitude.
According to D Matheson's "The Placenames of Elginshire", from 1905, the name Macallan itself is a very old one, which can be traced as far back as the time of the introduction of the Christian faith into Scotland.

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