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This is the legendary 21 year old from The Macallan Fine Oak Range - spectacular Speyside whisky aged in both sherry and bourbon casks.
Nose: Fruit salad, fresh herbs and exotic spice.
Palate: Bourbon oak is prominent on the palate, with citrus and soft spicy smoke.
Finish: Medium length, with chewy spiced oak.
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I drink a glass of the 21 every Christmas eve when the kids and family have gone to bed. Me, the tree, and the lights make great company with it's classic warm Speyside taste.
25th December 2016
This will surpass the 40 year old in just a few years. Total investment. Buy one to drink and oneven to save. A no brainer.....
24th December 2016
I'm a Bourbon man, that is until a friend offered me a glass of this 21 year old Scotch. You taste the best of both worlds, Scotch and the Bourbon flavor from the barrels. For a special treat, this is worth the price. Still a Bourbon man, but this is the only Scotch I drink.
22nd June 2016
This whisky is perfectly balanced with an unbeatable nose and palate. Look no further if you're willing to pay the price for a truly special malt.
9th April 2016
Invested in this as a celebratory drink for a milestone event. High expectations were exceeded! The most enjoyable Scotch I have ever had.
18th January 2016
I have drunk many malts in my life this is the "DADDY" of them all!
27th December 2012
This bottle of MacAllan was on sale for £30 in my local whisky shop!A fantastic single malt with a dash of water or just ice. i would pay £120 for a bottle any day!!!
8th January 2011