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Macallan 21 Year Old Fine Oak
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$349.99
750ml Bottle
$1,994.94
Case of 6
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Item #163436
Size: 750ml
Type: Scotch
Varietal: Single Malt
Country: Scotland
Region: Speyside
Proof: 80

"Rich, golden amber color. Sweet, rich sweet golden raisin, prune, fig, vanilla, and caramel aromas. A smooth entry leads to a rich dryish full-bodied palate with coconut, caramel, and rich brown spices. Finishes with a long spicy dried fruit fade. Forward and rich, yet gentle and balanced with a lovely Sherry character."

Reviewed by: Beverage Testing Institute


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