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We do have 1972 vintage of this item (The Gordon Macphail Macallan Speymalt 1972 (36 Years) in stock. Please refer to this item in the Single Malt Scotch Section.
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42 Years Old
AROMA WITHOUT WATER :Initial burst of sherry sweetness, with subtle rum and raisin notes. Some marzipan and almonds with a hint of vanilla lingering. Some subtle bees wax polish and a touch of charred oak develop.
TASTE WITHOUT WATER :Sweet and Sherried, with Christmas cake influences and some hints of warm festive spices. Followed by some dark chocolate with a burst of citrus peel.
AROMA WITH WATER : Fresh, with some pronounced sweet Sherry notes, hints of stewed fruits and a mulled wine edge. Some delicate vanilla and hints of cream fudge emerges.
TASTE WITH WATER : Burst of Sherry, with a delicate stewed plum edge, creamy and smooth with a defined hint of dark chocolate lingering. A very delicate touch of ash lingers.
"On more familiar ground with this G&M bottling of one of Speyside’s most iconic single malts, this is Macallan in full-on sherried form. Highly aromatic with powdered clove, hints of incense and fig, behind which is cacao, Bolivar cigar, and molasses. The palate has immediate smoke and surprisingly gentle tannins — the inherent oiliness of the spirit keeping any grip at bay. Very long, leathery, prune-like (think armagnac), and dense. A classic after-dinner mouth-filler."
Region : SPEYSIDE , SCOTLAND
DISTILLED IN 1970, STRENGTH 43%
BOTTLED IN 2013
AGE: 42 YEARS
AVAILABILITY: ON HAND AND AVAILABLE FOR IMMEDIATE PURCHASE
THE REAL VALUE OF THIS ITEM IS COMPARABLE TO $2500 OR MORE .