Tales of The Macallan

The Macallan released in 2021 a series of limited-edition single malts that pay tribute to the key characters in ” The Macallan’s Story” and the contribution they made to their exceptional spirit. Their pioneering legacy is found in their enduring spirit to this day. 

By collaborating with different disciplines like renowned British illustrator and artist Andrew Davidson, Scottish violinist Nicola Benedetti, Lalique glassmakker,   Macallan created this rare and 70 year old single malt whisky. 

Volume I, The Laird of Easter Elchies

ONE OF THE MACALLAN’S EARLY PIONEERS

Tales of The Macallan Volume I pays tribute to Captain John Grant, Laird of Easter Elchies. The story of Captain John Grant, The Macallan’s first true custodian, tells the tale of a realisation of a dream, the transformation of a landscape and a new beginning. Living and working on Easter Elchies Estate, he paved the way for The Macallan and cultivated the influence of nature and community spirit. 

This is the first edition in a remarkable series of single malt whiskies that pay tribute to The Macallan Pioneers and their stories. 

Encased in a Lalique crystal decanter, the rare whisky distilled in 1950 and bottled in 2021 is concealed within an extraordinary 800-page almanac. The book tells the story of Captain John Grant and features beautiful illustrations by renowned illustrator and artist, Andrew Davidson.

EXCEPTIONAL CHARACTER

This distinctive and rare single malt was carefully crafted by The Macallan Lead Whisky Maker, Sarah Burgess. Distilled in 1950 and bottled in 2021, it was selected for its exceptional flavour and character. A sublime whisky, it is a celebration of the life and legacy of Captain John Grant.

Wood spices, sweet wood smoke and antique oak are omnipresent and beautifully complement the delicate symphony of ripe fruits and spices.

Brand The Macallan
No. of bottles350
Distilled1950
Bottled2021
Size70cl
ABV / Strength44.6%
Age70 Year Old
VarietalSingle Malt
macallan

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