Macallan - 15 yrs - Double Cask - 70cl - Onshore Cellars

Macallan - 15 yrs - Double Oak

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The Macallan Double Cask 15 Year Old is a perfectly balanced single malt whisky, created by bringing together the perfect harmony of two oak trees into one exceptional single malt whisky. Sherry-seasoned American oak adds a delicate vanilla to the subtle spice of European oak, resulting in a whiskey with a smoother, warmer taste and strong character. Like any Single Malt Scotch whisky, The Macallan is made exclusively from malted barley. The distillation is carried out in a single distillery, and the bottling is done in Scotland. This distinguished single malt has aged in American and European oak Sherry casks for 15 years.

Type:
whisky
Country:
Scotland
Region:
Speyside
Producer:
The Macallan
Style:
Single Malt

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Established in 1824 by Alexander Reid, "The Macallan" distillery has become known for the excellence of its whiskey. Over the past four decades, Macallan has built probably...

Established in 1824 by Alexander Reid, "The Macallan" distillery has become known for the excellence of its whiskey. Over the past four decades, Macallan has built probably the best reputation for quality malt whisky; rare expressions can change hands for thousands of pounds, and prices for such bottles are continuously going up. The result of unique know-how. With fine and complex aromas, Scottish spirits "The Macallan" are made and aged in different barrels to give each, their own unique character.

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Speyside

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Speyside is a region in Scotland that is renowned for producing some of the finest whiskies in the world. The region is located in the northeast of Scotland,...

Speyside is a region in Scotland that is renowned for producing some of the finest whiskies in the world. The region is located in the northeast of Scotland, and is home to over 50 distilleries, making it the largest whisky producing region in Scotland. Speyside whiskies are known for their smoothness, complexity, and rich, fruity flavors.

The history of whisky production in Speyside dates back to the 18th century, when illicit distilleries were common in the area. However, it wasn't until the 19th century that legal distilleries began to emerge, and the region became known for its high-quality whiskies. Today, Speyside is home to some of the most famous whisky brands in the world, including Glenfiddich, Macallan, and Glenlivet.

The style of production in Speyside is characterized by the use of traditional methods, such as copper pot stills and oak casks for maturation. The region is also known for its use of local ingredients, such as barley and water from the River Spey, which is said to give Speyside whiskies their unique flavor profile.

Speyside whiskies can be divided into two main categories: single malts and blends. Single malts are made from 100% malted barley and are produced by a single distillery. They are known for their complexity and depth of flavor. Blended whiskies, on the other hand, are made by blending together whiskies from different distilleries. They are known for their consistency and balance.

Overall, Speyside is a must-visit destination for whisky lovers, offering a rich history, traditional production methods, and some of the finest whiskies in the world.

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