Macallan M sits at the pinnacle of the Macallan’s 1824 Series. Created from the rarest whiskies at the distillery it is the most expensive whisky ever sold.
M is born from a collaboration between three of their crafts: Fabien Baron; Lalique; The Macallan, with a unique objective: to create the most sophisticated whisky in the world contained in an exquisite, exclusively designed crystal decanter. M is a masterpiece of design brought to conception by creative director Fabien Baron; brought to life by Lalique mastery of cristal: and brought to purpose by The Macallan’s highly complex, meticuliusly crafted single malt whisky.
|Region Produced in||Speyside|
|Cask||Spanish ex-Jerez casks|
|Tasting Notes||Color. Rosewood|
Nose: Dried fruits ripen, then soften showing off velvet sateen. Vanilla accompanies green apple hand in hand, neither taking the lead. Ginger, nutmeg and cinnamon create an ensemble in the background, with polished oak offering to overstate, yet never does, but plays with a depth of resinous, juicy oranges.
Palate: The palate opens rich in wood spices, slowly showing all their viscosity. Wood smoke flits in and out.
Finish: The heavier raisin and sultana flavours take over, meandering to a long full finish.
|Product Dimensions||65.6 x 59.8 x 31 cm|
|Storage Instructions||Cool and dry conditions|
|Manufacturer/Producer||The Macallan Distillers LTD|
|Country Produced in||Scotland|