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  • The Macallan Fine Oak 18 Years

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    • 4 /5
    Macallan 18 years Fine Oak is a whiskey of Scottish origin produced in the Speyside area. In a processing method used by batch distillation and heat is applied directly to achieve a higher degree of caramelization of barley. It is a dense whiskey and both lightweight and leaves a memory of nuts,...
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  • The Macallan Fine Oak 18 Year Old

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    • 4 /5
    A collectible and hard to find Macallan that matured for 18 years in Bourbon and Sherry oak casks. It has light amber colour. Heady and exotic aromas with a hint of jasmine, tropical fruit and peat. Soft and rich on the palate with green tea, citrus, toffee, chocolate orange and a wood smoke. A...
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  • The Macallan Fine Oak 18 Years

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    • 4 /5
    TASTING NOTES:
    - Color: light amber
    - Smell: Vence with its heady, exotic and floral aroma with a note of jasmine, tropical fruit and peat
    - Taste: Persuade thanks to its prolonged flavor, a note of orange peel and a touch of smoky wood

    It has a long finish
    ALCOHOL: 43%
    CAPACITY: 70 cl

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  • The Macallan Fine Oak 18 Years

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    • 4 /5
    TASTING NOTES:
    - Color: The Macallan Fine Oak 18 Years has an amber light
    - Smell: Intoxicating exotic floral aroma, with notes of jasmine, tropical fruit and peat
    - Taste: Smooth and rich, with notes of citrus, spice and wood smoke Finish: Lingering with notes of orange peel

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  • The Macallan Fine Oak 18

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    • 4 /5
    TASTING NOTES :
    - Color: Macallan 18 Years Fine Oak is amber
    -Nose : has aromas of sherry , spices and smoked .
    - Mouth: palate fresh, juicy , oak ( evoking the calvados ), sherry , spices and currants .
    WINEMAKING: Distillery with 2 striking features , have smaller Speyside distilleries and...
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