Reknown whisky brand The Macallan and legendary French crystal house Lalique presents The Macallan in Lalique Curiously Small Stills decanter. Containing the exceptionally rare 60-year-old Macallan single malt whisky, a limited number of only 400 of such decanters, each individually numbered, are made. The selling price? A cool $26,888.
Ok, I heard the pin drop. Moohaha. So mooving right along.
The 17-year-old Fine Oak Macallan single malt was served to guests that evening. The Fine Oak series are made using Spanish and American oak casks both seasoned with sherry, and American oak casks seasoned with bourbon.
I am not that farmiliar with whiskies but I'm happy to learn moore. My thoughts on the Macallan 17-year-old Fine Oak Single Malt on the rocks with a tiny splash of water- a sweet nose of vanilla and floral accents. Dry orange peel and toffee on the palate. Pretty smooth. It was a nice way to end a busy work day.
Here's the cow with my whisky-sipping, cigar-puffing kung fu master friend, Kenny! Yes, yes. The Chinese are buying all the expensive whiskies and wines by the cart-load. LOL.
Thanks to Gwen Lee of Fulford PR for the invitation.
The Macallan in Lalique Curiously Small Stills decanter is available from Beam Global Asia at 6559 1155.
Chew On This: A one-of-its-kind artwork, housing one of The Macallan in Lalique Curiously Small Stills decanter, was aunctioned off for $36,890 that evening! All proceeds were donated to The Business Times Budding Artists Fund. :)