The Macallan An Estate, A Community And A Distillery

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Size750mL Proof95.4 (47.7% ABV) *Please note that the ABV of this bottle may vary
This is a special single malt whisky, created by The Macallan Lead Whisky Maker Sarah Burgess who was inspired by Sir Peter Blake's character, bringing together the art and the whisky worlds. Dedicated to Sir Peter Blake's visit to The Macallan Estate on the River Spey, this complex yet perfectly balanced bottle boasts a label designed by Sir Peter himself.
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About The Macallan An Estate, A Community And A Distillery

The Macallan Anecdotes of Ages is a limited edition collection that celebrates a unique collaboration between the art and whisky worlds – it's created in collaboration between The Macallan Lead Whisky Maker Sarah Burgess and the acclaimed British pop artist Sir Peter Blake. The painter, sculptor, and printmaker designed album covers for British rock icons like The Beatles and The Who. The bottles feature meaningful art inspired by the history, community, and The Macallan estate.

This is a special single malt whisky, created by The Macallan Lead Whisky Maker Sarah Burgess who was inspired by Sir Peter Blake's character. Dedicated to Sir Peter Blake's visit to The Macallan Estate on the River Spey, this complex yet perfectly balanced concoction begins with a gorgeous cinnamon hue. The nose is rich in dried fruits and spices with a touch of orange and clove, leading to a flavorful palate with dried fruits, cracked black pepper, treacle, accents of vanilla and orange oil. The finish is long and oaky with cinnamon and cacao notes. This thoughtful love letter to a decades-long partnership and whisky is a rare tipple with an impeccable pedigree, and it tastes just like it. The label was digitally designed by Sir Peter himself.

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About The Macallan

Situated on a ridge above the banks of the River Spey, the Easter Elchies House has been the spiritual home of The Macallan for over three centuries. In 1820, Alexander Reid sowed the fields surrounding the rented home with barley and established the first licensed distillery on the estate, which he named Macallan after an ancient church that had been destroyed by fire during the 15th century. In the slow winter days, Reid would ferment and distill his excess grains into whisky, which was often drunk straight from the still or sold to travelers passing through the town.

Today, the Macallan Estate encompasses 370 acres, 95 of which are devoted to the production of the Macallan Estate's Minstrel barley (a single acre produces about 2.5 tons of barley each year, enough to yield 1,800 bottles of The Macallan). In addition, the distillery contracts with farmers to purchase barley that is low in nitrogen and high in starch, resulting in a rich and oily whisky.

After the harvest, the barley is malted and mashed in one of The Macallan's two mash tuns, a process that takes between four and eight hours. Then, the barley is fermented with a specially cultured yeast before being distilled twice through The Macallan's copper-pot stills. The copper comprising the stills acts as a catalyst and enhances the formation of sweet esters while minimizing impurities such as sulfur. In addition, the curiously small stills — some of "the smallest stills within the Scotch whisky industry," according to production manager Alexander Tweedie — produce a whisky with a heavy, oily flavor. Following distillation, The Macallan distillers remove the heads and tails of the whisky and collect approximately 16% of the spirit to fill into casks for maturation. This "cut," which is among the highest of any Scottish distillery, results in a more full-bodied and richer whisky.

About Scotch

Scotch is the most popular whisky in the world and is considered the king of them all! There are five whisky regions in Scotland (six if you count the not officially recognized Islands), and each of them produces spirits with unique properties and distinct tasting notes. (The type of grain used determents the type of the scotch.)


Malt whisky is made of malted barley, and grain whisky uses other grains like corn or wheat. Most of the time, a whisky is blended from different distilleries hence the name blended scotch, but if a malt whisky is produced in a single distillery, we get something extraordinary called a single malt.


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A gorgeous cinnamon hue. The nose is rich in dried fruits and spices with a touch of orange and clove, leading to a flavorful palate with dried fruits, cracked black pepper, treacle, accents of vanilla and orange oil. The finish is long and oaky with cinnamon and cacao notes.
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