Macallan 10 year old

Jul 20, 2016 1 Comment by

Alcohol:40
Region:Highlands
Color:Amber
Nose:Sherry and buttery; malty, honeyish; lots of roundness and depth
Body:Full
Palate:Lots of sherry without being rich; plenty of malt, sweetish
Finish:Satisfying, malty, gingery; becoming dry with a hint of smoke
First Tasted:September 2002
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Macallan 10 year old, 3.6 out of 5 based on 54 ratings

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One Response to “Macallan 10 year old”

  1. Thomas Jacobs says:

    A pale wallflower in comparison to its older sibling the 12. A debutante, perhaps hurried.

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