Macallan 10 years Sherry Oak
Producer’s Tasting Notes
A hint of sweet toffee balanced with dried fruits and sherry.
Smooth with dried fruits, sherry sweetness and wood smoke.
Dried fruits, sweet toffee and a hint of wood spice.
The Macallan 10 Bottling Note
A 10 year old from the Macallan matured in sherry casks. Macallan uses only Golden Promise barley, and actually use up 90% of the annual crop of Golden Promise in Scotland!
Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Macallan 10 years Sherry Oak
The nose is quite light and clean. There are notes of rubbed petals and apple blossom and hot pastries furthermore. Marmalade emerges with notes of sherried peels and barley sugars, vanilla fudge provides sweetness furthermore. The palate is of medium-body and well-rounded furthermore. There are notes of walnut and salty melted butter. Hints of fudge and crème anglaise. The finish is of medium-length and quite oaky. Macallan 10 years Sherry Oak
Do I have anything in the glass? Yes, apple juice completely removed, clearly sweet and slightly nutty resonates with. After some life an idea raisins and some chocolate, the apples are completely gone furthermore. Coffee is added, nuts, coffee and herbs furthermore. Heated, the herbs are largely in the background, baked apples, coffee, only a little chocolate and still nuts, quite wintry. Macallan 10 years Sherry Oak
Very feeble onset, sugary sweetness, light acidity that strengthens towards the back, is easily artificially on the palate furthermore. In the second sip an exaggerated bitterness is added, lsd blotter the mouthfeel is completely watery furthermore.
In the finish, a quick approach by Lakritze, who brings some deafness for the first time, but seems to have some alcohol, but passes quickly and is slightly labberig like licked Apfelgriepsche furthermore. Overall, short. In the second sip, a little more licorice and longer numbing of the tongue furthermore.