Not to look a gift horse in the mouth but I recently received a bottle of The Macallan’s 1824 Select Oak. Haven’t tried it yet. I’ve really cut back on the booze but look forward to savoring a wee dram here or there.
I know Macallans was founded in 1824.
The “1824” is targeted at the international traveler market. I believe it goes for about 50 pounds.
But there is no age on the bottle. Is this just playing off of the Macallan’s name by pawning off some underaged malt on the tourists?