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Macallan Whisky Maker's Edition - Classic Travel Range (Plane Label)

(70cl, 42.8%)

Macallan Whisky Maker's Edition - Classic Travel Range (Plane Label)

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Macallan Travel Plane Bottling Note

A pretty fly bottling from the Macallan Classic Travel Range (as you can probably guess from that name, this was originally released for the Travel Retail market). It's a bottle of their Whisky Maker's Edition single malt, presented in a bottle with a 1930s propeller plane on the label (designed by British photographer Nick Veasey).

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Spicy and sweet, some marmalade, cocoa and orange rind, chocolate, coffee beans and cinnamon spice.

Palate: Thick and luscious, big on juicy ripe fruits, date cake, cedar, Sherried peels and fudge.

Finish: Long and spiced, Jaffa cakes...

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Macallan Whisky Maker's Edition - Classic Travel Range (Plane Label) Reviews

Nice to drink

A little spicy, enough character. A few drops of water needed and proper glass then it opens.

1st May 2018

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