Macallan 1824 Series - Gold - Speyside Malt Whisky 70cl Bottle


Macallan 1824 Series - Gold
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The 1824 Series: 100% sherry casks,100% natural colour, 100% Macallan.

The 1824 Series brings together two of the most important elements of The Macallan; natural colour and sherry seasoned casks. Together these create a signature Macallan character, embracing all the defining elements which have made it one of the world's truly great single malt whiskies.

Macallan 1824 Gold is a burnished gold spirit. It offers a lemon citrus nose, then orange peel and sweetness that softens but doesn't eliminate the zest. A note of vanilla followed more assertively by dark chocolate - with lingering floral and light oak notes.

Citrus and boiled sweets dance on the palate, along with hints of ginger and cinnamon, while soft oak tones reveal toasted apples.

The finish is medium sweet, malty and slightly dry.

Category(s):     Single Malt Whisky

Producer: Macallan Distillers Ltd   -
ABV:   40%
Body:   Medium Bodied
Brand:   Macallan Distillers Ltd
Cask Strength:   No
Country of Origin:   Scotland
Distillery:   Macallan
Master Distiller/Blender:   Bob Dalgarno
Region:   Speyside
Smoky (Peaty):   Non Peated
Sweetness:   Medium Sweet


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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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