The Macallan distillery was founded in 1824 by Alexander Reid, a barley farmer and school teacher. Now owned by the Edrington Group, The Macallan prides itself on its Six Pillars, which include its curiously small stills, very narrow 'cut' of new make spirit and exceptional cask management. It is the most sought after whisky for collectors, regularly setting records at auctions all round the world.
Produced for the Italian market, this 'Macallan-Glenlivet' crystal decanter from 1937 is a rare example of a pre-second world war Macallan.
Bottled sometime in the 1970s by Gordon and MacPhail. The whisky itself has been matured for over 33 years and is presented in an Edinburgh Crystal decanter, complete with crystal stopper.
70°proof / 75cl
Please note fill level, staining to label.
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