Macallan - M Black - 2017 Release
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This is the follow-up to the iconic Macallan M, which for a time held the world record for the most expensive bottle of whisky ever sold when the six litre 'Imperiale' variant sold at auction in January 2014.
The whisky itself was matured in sherry-seasoned oak casks, and the complexity and craftsmanship of the liquid is mirrored by the stunning Lalique black crystal decanter in which it is held.
This is bottle number 437.
- Bottler: Distillery
- Country: Scotland
- Region: Speyside
- Size: 70cl
- Type: Single Malt Whisky
- Number of Bottles: 725
- Strength (%): 45%
- Bottle No: 437
- Distillery Status: Operational
- Lot Type: Full Size
- Shipping Weight: 25.00 KG
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