Single Malt

THE MACALLAN 10 yo 1990’s 70cl

This bottle is being sold on behalf of a private client.  As it is older, the packaging and closure may have deteriorated, so care should be taken with transportation, storage and opening of this bottle. The bottle is sold as seen and described, we do not accept liability for the state of the packaging or closure.  Additional photos are available on request. 

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£750.00

Description

Every Macallan single malt reveals the unrivalled commitment to the mastery of wood and spirit for which The Macallan has been known since it was established in 1824. It is an expression of our enduring desire to go beyond ordinary, to seek out the extraordinary, and create peerless single malts.

With an unflinching commitment to put sherry casks at the heart of The Macallan single malt, our reputation for the extraordinary is testament to the exceptional oak casks in which we mature our spirit. Sourced, crafted, toasted and seasoned under the watchful eye of The Macallan Master of Wood, these hand-picked casks are delivered to the demanding specifications of The Macallan Master Distiller and his team.

Once filled, the maturing spirit remains undisturbed in the same casks for the necessary number of years it needs to be worthy of its destined Macallan expression. It is these oak casks that make the greatest contribution to the quality, natural color and distinctive aromas and flavors which lie at the heart of The Macallan single malt.

Bottled at 40% abv.

Natural colour

 

Tasting Notes

Colour: Burnt umber

Nose: Lots of sherry with plums, dates, and peaches and just a hint of orange

Palate: Black pepper accompanied by wonderful fruity sherry just like the nose. There is also a bit of oaky vanilla which peaks in.

Finish: Dry and warm that leads itself to sweet malt and spicy wood.

Reviews

1 review for THE MACALLAN 10 yo 1990’s 70cl

  1. Mike

    The bottle shown is a 70cL and therefore did not appear on the market until the early 1990’s (91-92) so therefore can’t be from the the 1980’s when the bottles were 75cL.

    • Ewan

      Hi Mike, you are correct in what you say and the mistake in the description has been updated. Thanks for pointing this out. Ewan

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