1990 Cadenheads 175th Anniversary Macallan 27 Year Old Cask Strength Single Malt Scotch Whisky (700ml)

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1990 Cadenheads 175th Anniversary Macallan 27 Year Old Cask Strength Single Malt Scotch Whisky (700ml)

Speyside, Highlands, SCOTLAND
$999.00 Bottle
  • ABV 41.4%

Bringing out the big guns now, with a massive age statement on a cask strength Macallan drawn from a single Sherry butt yielding just 192 bottles. Distilled in 1990, this spent the latter part of its life in a Sherry cask (since December 2013). Finally bottled in 2017 and reduced to just over 41% ABV by time alone, this is all-natural Macallan in the purest form imaginable. To add further allure, it also sports packaging celebrating the 175th Anniversary of Cadenheads. Super limited.

Take advantage of a remarkable price and a genuine collector's opportunity.

Notes from Cadenhheads: Nose: soft spiced oak, plums and stewed fruits. Rice pudding and juicy raisins. Thick and mouthcoating mix of sherry, spice and vanilla. Brambles, custard and orange bitters. Finish: Initially spicy then rhubarb with vanilla custard and dried apricots. 41.4% Alc./Vol.

* For those puzzled by the 'Macallan-Glenlivet' title on the label, history suggests the use of the 'Glenlivet' suffix was a convention in earlier times as means of association with Speyside and / or the Glenlivet distillery's enviable reputation. Tamnavulin, Glen Moray, Speyburn and Tomintoul all still carry "-Glenlivet" in their registered names. However, the suffix is now only used on the labels of some independent bottlers. Why persist with this terminology? Mark Watt at Cadenheads simply says, "Using the original name of the distillery is something that we have always historically done". Official Macallan bottlings, for example, dropped the suffix some time ago.