What's in a name? The Macallan Select Oak 1l whisky is called whisky because it's produced in Scotland. Were it from America it would be spelled The Macallan Select Oak 1l whiskey, rather than whisky.
Nose: Toasted oak, pepper and marshmallows, fruits, Black Forest Gateaux.
Palate: Nutty, almonds, calves leather, vanilla, sherried peels and ginger.
Finish: Mulled wine spices and malt.
Very nice on the nose, almonds, wallnuts, vamilla, litlle citrus. Medium bodie . Great on the palate, sweet, Apple pie, marzipan, long finishing, definitely worth a purchase!
25th December 2012
Sulfuric notes spread out until one quarter of bottle , maybe because of sherry cask, but after this a great flavour and nose grew: chocolate, sherry and vamilla.its really creamy and smooth. Definitely a stunning choice.
10th September 2013
stay away from this one wiskey lovers. not giving age, and it's a blended they Call singel malt. i mean it's blended from single malt casks. what a joke. macallan used to be My fav, but no more. in fact no more bottle Will come into My house.
27th October 2013
Has a extremely off putting sulfuric nose, so bad you cannot nose it, taste is just ok but nothing memorable at all here, tastes like a very average whisky and hard to believe it is a Macallan. After several attempts to "like" it with a die hard Macallan fan we both gave up and couldn't get past 100ml.
8th November 2013
nose: Sulfur. Rotten eggs. Bad.
palate: a bit of woody taste, then the bad sulfur taste hits you.
finish: long and bad.
25th November 2013
Quite agree with above reviews...avoid at all cost!
9th December 2013