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Fine and Rare 1926 Global EN

The Macallan
Fine & Rare 1926


The Year that Was

The Macallan was managed by Janet Harbinson, the modest daughter of Roderick Kemp, who had bought the distillery in 1892. Also in this year, Gertrude Ederle became the first person to swim the 22 mile English Channel, taking 14 hours and 31 minutes; the first telephone calls were made between London and New York; and Scotland’s John Logie Baird demonstrated the world’s first TV.

Explore the Year
The Macallan Fine & Rare Bottle Top on black background
The Macallan Fine & Rare Bottle label detail

Love of beauty is TASTE. The creation of beauty is ART.

Ralph Waldo Emerson
The Macallan Fine & Rare 1926 Tasting Notes Diagram

The Details

AGE OF WHISKY 60 Years Old


CASK TYPE Hogshead

CASK No. 263

TOTAL OUTTURN 40 Bottle Equivalents


AVAILABILITY 750ml, 700ml

The Experience

  • Colour


  • Nose

    Rich dark dried fruits – raisins, dates and prunes with wonderfully woody spices (cloves) and treacle toffee.

  • Palate

    Robust resinous wood, sweetened with medium treacle toffee and rich dried fruits.

  • Finish

    Drying wood with dark dried fruit and treacle toffee.

  • Strength

    42.6% vol, Natural Cask Strength

The Macallan Fine & Rare Bottle Box
Journey into

Fine & Rare Collection


The Spirit of 1926