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Macallan Distillery built its reputation on claim that European oak sherry casks are the only type of wood used for whisky aging.
In 2004 however, The Edrington Group, Macallan parent company, launched multi million-dollar campaign for Fine Oak series, range of Macallan single malts aged in combination of ex-bourbon and ex-sherry casks. The Macallan purists expressed their disappointment, while most of the whisky drinkers approached the new range with interest. All in all, Fine Oak series established itself rather well, giving different perspective for the Macallan malt. Macallan 30 years old, the oldest expression in the range, was “carefully matured in a unique combination of bourbon and sherry oak casks”.
Nose: smooth, malty, subtle sherry notes, oranges, tangerines, milk chocolate, butterscotch, cinnamon, ginger, rose petals, touch of wax and oak.
Palate: silky and elegant, nectarines, cherries, oranges, vanilla cream, caramel, raisins, honey-roasted nuts, cinnamon, cloves and subtle oaky dryness.
Finish: fairly long, with notes of toffee, caramel, cinnamon, cocoa powder, oak and touch of dried fruit.