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Macallan ( Official) - Twenties - N.A.S - 40,0%
3F: 3E: 79/100


Macallan Twenties

Bottler:
Official
Alcohol:
40,0%
Bottle details:
average
79/100
(79,05)
price class:

3 notes disponibles en français
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Jean-Marie Putz

It is obvious that this is a Macallan, from the very first nosing. The sherry hints are very characteristic of a Macallan.
The complexity which is so typical of great Speyside whiskies is not present, and the finish is of average length. The general impression is that this is a very smooth whisky, with a rather plain taste, close to malt. A good whisky.
79/1002004

Jean-Marie Putz

quite sweet nose, clearly marked by sherry and which does not announce great surprises with a kind of lack of complexity.
In the palate, a prominence of a very sweet (sugared) taste, with sherry hints, but missing some power and complexity, even if there are some woody notes on the background.
An interesting and pleasant finish, but this malt does not leave great memories.
79/1002005

Jean-Marie Putz

The nose is clearly peppered with nice rather fresh floral notes.
The mouth is first slightly acid, than sweet and finally a bit woody. Not very complex nor really exciting... It gives a kind of "too short" feeling, some watery impression, but this gets better as some woody notes appear after a while.
The finish is rather long, on the same peppery notes than the first nosing.
79/1002007

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