Glenlivet 18 Year
Single Malt — Speyside, ScotlandReviewed June 28, 2017It is fruit cake through and through, with a touch of butterscotch and sweet creme. Tasty and smooth but unremarkable in my opinion.
Macallan Double Cask 12 Year
Single Malt — Highland, ScotlandReviewed June 28, 2017 (edited July 12, 2017)When Macallan said that they were going to target millennials with this scotch, they weren't kidding. This is a lot sweeter than the sherry and fine oak 12y/o's. This whisky is very sweet on the nose and on the palate it tastes like a mix of the sherry 12y/o and a Glenlivet 18 (aka a boat load of fruitcake), so unless fruitcake is your thing stick to the sherry 12 y/o which costs less, has a longer finish and is less spicy.
Macallan 12 Year Sherry Oak Cask
Single Malt — Highlands, ScotlandReviewed June 28, 2017 (edited July 17, 2017)This is my go to drink. It is sweet and slightly fruity with a clear sherry influence and long, smooth and slightly spicy finish.
Macallan Rare Cask
Single Malt — Highlands, ScotlandReviewed June 28, 2017 (edited November 13, 2017)Simply exceptional. It's a sherry bomb on both the nose and palate, but in an extremely refined way that isn't overpowering the rest of this very complex whisky. This whisky has a certain wow factor that I haven't experienced with any other whisky as of now, and in my opinion this is a must have for everyone.