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Macallan 18 Year Old Traditional
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750ml Bottle
Case of 12

Item #163461
Size: 750ml
Type: Scotch
Varietal: Single Malt
Country: Scotland
Region: Speyside
Proof: 86

"Nose: Much more assertive sherry character. Body: Full, round. Palate: more complexity and fullness of flavour, with flowering currant and Calvados-like notes. Finish: Slow at first, then oaky, sappy, and powerful."

Reviewed by: Michael Jackson

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Contrary to the review below... April 04, 2014
Reviewed by: Hawkeye

Crown Royal is not a blended Scotch - it is Canadian. Being from Canada, it therefore cannot be a *blend* of 2 or more Scotch single malts. What's more, Johnnie Walker has other types of whisky beyond malt whisky in it, that being grain whisky.This stuff is quite tasty - rich with spices, dark chocolate and dried fruit, although it lacks a little punch. Try a broad selection, and decide for yourself if it's really the standard.

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Serious Initiation to Single Malts October 30, 2013
Reviewed by: EdBlonski

There is whisky, and then there is Single Malt Scotch Whisky.

They are NOT the same. (Think of the difference between Budweiser and Becks beers).

The more popular types of Scotch whiskies in the U.S. are *blends* of 2 or more single malt Scotch whiskies (like Crown Royal, Johnnie Walker, etc).

But to really experience the joy of Scotch whisky, you need to sample a single malt brand. There are hundreds to choose from, from the four major regions of Scotland. Each has a distinct flavor and style.

The jewel in the crown of Scotch whiskies, however, is The Macallan. It is the…

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