Macallan 12 year old

Sep 26, 2015 3 Comments by

Alcohol:43
Region:Highlands
Color:Amber
Nose:Sherry, honey, flowery notes
Body:Full, smooth
Palate:Hints of flowering currant; altogether more expressive than the 10 year old
Finish:Rounded
First Tasted:June 2003
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Macallan 12 year old, 3.7 out of 5 based on 140 ratings

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3 Responses to “Macallan 12 year old”

  1. LB says:

    This is an excellent Scotch. It is the perfect blend of sweet and peat, leaning towards sweet. I enjoy the smooth oily feel on my tongue and light smoky flavor. For the quality it’s usually a decent price too! It’s my favorite single malt.

  2. Thomas Jacobs says:

    This is the gold standard of single malt scotch. It should be the metric and the basis upon which all others are measured. Not to say it is the finest or unsurpassed, but it is simply the perfect expression of the single malt.

  3. Thomas says:

    Sweet carmel and roasted marshmallow. Complex and yummy with a long sensuous finish. Should be the first scotch anyone tastes before they say they do not like scotch!

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