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1964 The Macallan Fine & Rare Single Cask 3312 Cask Strength 37 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky (700ml)
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- ABV 58.2%
The huge range of Vintage Macallans on offer have been selected from The Macallan distilled in the 1930s and bottled in the 1970s, and also from a selection of the very best casks at the peak of their maturation complexity from the Vintage years 1926 to 1972. Three vintages from this latter period are now available in Australia – the 1964, 1967 & the 1971.
In the case of the 1964 Macallan, thirty seven years old, a mere 135 bottles were produced and the Australian allocation amounts to no more than a handful. Needless to say, this is a collectors Macallan and as such, it is likely that the destiny of most bottles will be to accumulate both dust and value in equal measure, never to be uncorked.
The natural beech colour of this whisky, rich and perfumed in character, indicates maturation in a first fill American oak sherry cask. The nose is of huge smouldering peats, with an underlay of apples, citrus and floral notes. The taste is richly phenolic, with a peaty, burnt wood finish – a surprising character for a Speysider. A single hogshead, cask 3312 filled on September 5th, 1964 was selected as the best current expression of this year. Bottled at natural cask strength without chill filtration, this whisky derives all of its colour naturally from 37 years in the cask.
Tasting note: Deep gold in colour. Huge fresh smouldering peats with apples, citrus and floral perfume notes. The palate displays rich peaty phenols and wood smoke with hints of fruits. Burning peat and wood finish - a surprising character from a Speysider.
58.2% Alc./Vol. (Natural Cask Strength)
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