Bottled under Gordon and Macphail’s Speymalt banner, this Macallan was distilled in 1972 and bottled 36 years later in 2008. These independant old Macallan’s are a bargain compared to their official release counter parts. Equivalent to Macallan 30 Year Single Malt Scotch For Half The Cost (Comprable With Scotches That Cost Over S$4500)
Macallan Speymalt 36 Year 1972
Gordon and Macphail
Distilled in 1970
Bottled in 2008
70 cl / 43%
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Macallan sits in close proximity to a ford across the river Spey, the site originally held a farm distillery, which was frequented by cattle drovers crossing the ford. The distillery was expanded toward the end of the nineteenth century and renamed Macallan-Glenlivet and in 1980 the ‘Glenlivet’ suffix was removed.
From the 1950s onwards, Macallan has been greatly expended. This was down to great demand, for Macallan had become very sought after. Old vintages are highly prized and very valuable.
The Macallan has largely used Sherry casks for the maturation of their whisky. A very characteristic Speysider,the distillery recently brought out the Macallan Fine Oak range, which featured plenty of Bourbon-matured malt, and an eighteen year-old from this range, took first place in Whisky Magazine’s “Best Malts of the World”.
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