Macallan 1967 18 years old Sherry Wood 43% 1967

€ 3.388,17 (ex Vat)
4.099,69 (in Vat)
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Distillery Macallan
Bottler OB
Serie Vintage
Bottled for
Distilled date 1967
Bottling date 1985
Country Scotland
Region Speyside
Age 18
Cask Type Sherry Wood
Cask Number
Alcohol percentage 43
Volume 0,75
Condition No Original Box included, damaged capsule
Label Slightly bin stained
Stock 1

Professional reviews

BOW (92.50)

This is an old vintage bottle and the closure may have deteriorated. When opening care should be taken. The item is sold as described.

We have added parafilm to keep this bottle in top notch condition.

Serge Valentin (91)

I rarely try old Macallan anymore these days, so this is a bit of a treat. Let's try to put out of our minds gargantuan and garish visitor centres, or vast decanter bottlings that you would require a separate seat on the airplane to take home… Colour: amber. Nose: old school sherry, but rather the fresher and fruitier kind, dominated as such by many dark fruits and delicate earthy and tobacco notes. I find many specific notes of sultana, fig and prunes soaking in Armagnac. There's also these very neat touches of leaf mulch and old sherry rancio too. A superbly balanced and enchanting aroma that doesn't really exist today - outside bottles of nice old sherry anyway. Mouth: a notch more drying than the nose suggested, going more towards earthy tones, dried mushrooms, tobacco leaf and things like walnut oil and salted liquorice. The overall impression is still full of 'beautiful old style sherry' though, and also a feeling of impressive freshness and power even at 43%, which I am almost always finding with these old Macs. Finish: medium to long, getting a little more floral and tad more honeyed, revealing some yellow plums and quince jelly in the aftertaste. Comments: simple in some ways, but utterly delicious is the overriding feeling upon tasting this old 18yo. Seriously, a simple but neat and quite perfect style that makes for a crazily quaffable profile that, as we've observed many times before 'Macallan built a brand upon'…

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