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Macallan Litha, a limited-edition offering, is a testament to Macallan's commitment to the art of whisky-making and a journey into the heart of Scottish tradition. This exquisite whisky expression combines the finest elements of heritage and innovation, making it a must-have for any discerning whisky enthusiast. Flavorful Richness: Macallan Litha is a whisky that exemplifies the depth and complexity of flavor that Macallan is renowned for. It's matured in a careful combination of sherry-seasoned oak casks and American oak casks, resulting in a symphony of aromas and tastes. Connoisseurs will appreciate the delightful blend of dried fruits, vanilla, oak, and subtle hints of cinnamon and ginger that grace the palate with every sip. Limited-Edition Elegance: Macallan Litha is a masterpiece that celebrates the essence of tradition while embracing innovation. Its limited-edition status adds to its allure and collectibility. This is a whisky that showcases Macallan's dedication to crafting exceptional expressions that stand out in the world of single malt Scotch whisky. Unforgettable Gift: Beyond its exquisite taste, Macallan Litha is packaged in a manner that befits its premium status. It's an ideal gift for whisky aficionados, making a statement of sophistication and appreciation. Whether for a special occasion or as a gesture of recognition, Macallan Litha is a gift that will leave an indelible impression. In summary, Macallan Litha is an extraordinary limited-edition whisky that strikes a harmonious balance between tradition and innovation. With its complex flavor profile and collectible nature, it's an expression that every whisky lover should experience. Whether you're a seasoned connoisseur or seeking a memorable gift, Macallan Litha is a fine choice for celebrating the art of whisky-making.Add to cart
Macallan 30 Year Old Sherry Oak 2023 ReleaseAdd to cart
Macallan 1979 Sample 18 Year Old Gran Reserva$566.78Add to cart
Macallan M Decanter 2020 Edition$5,397.94Add to cart
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Whiskey is a spirit distilled from barley and aged in wooden casks. For it to be called whiskey in Ireland, the spirit has to be in the casks for at least three years and bottled at a strength of no less than 40% ABV.
It’s believed that the origins of whiskey lie with monks who discovered the Moors in Spain using clay pot stills known as alembics to extract and distill flower essences for perfumes. The monks realised that they could distill a beer made of grain in these stills and create high-alcohol strength uisce beatha or “water of life”. In time, the Irish word uisce became anglicised to “whiskey”.
When it comes to tasting, we recommend copita glasses (often called sherry glasses) or Glencairn whiskey glasses. Their shape and design help concentrate the flavours of the whiskey and also prevent the spirit from evaporating too quickly.
To ‘nose’ the whiskey, raise the glass to just few centimetres below your nose. With your mouth slightly open, inhale and see if you can identify certain aromas. Is there vanilla? Can you detect oak?
Take a small sip and let it coat your tongue. Think about the flavours. Is it floral, spicy? Whiskey is a very complex substance containing an enormous range of tastes and aromas. Over time your palate will develop and you’ll become more capable of identifying these.
People someone wonder if whiskey continues to mature once it’s in the bottle. The answer is no. The moment the whiskey leaves the barrel, it’s as good as it gets. Which is pretty good.
And, provided it’s kept out of direct sunlight, the whiskey will last indefinitely in the bottle. (Once you open it, however, you’re on your own…)
Some people view the age statement on the bottle as a guide to its value. But it’s not the only one. Creating a premium whiskey involves more than just time. Distillate styles, cask management and blending all play a major part. So our Whiskey Masters are free to exercise their artistry without the constraint of age considerations.