TheTheMacallan 65 years old in Lalique
The Final Chapter
The Macallan 65 years old in Lalique is the final Macallan in Lalique decanter and the concluding chapter in the story of The Macallan; completing The Six Pillars Collection.
The 65 year old whisky contained within the decanter is one of the oldest and rarest ever released by the distillery and reflects The Macallan's 'Peerless Spirit'; the wonderfully rich, viscous and aromatic spirit that lies at the very heart of The Macallan.
Inspired by the artistic genius of Rene Lalique's legacy, Marc Larminaux, Creative Director for Lalique, based the design of the decanter around a single peerless drop of The Macallan, symbolising the most precious spirit in the world.
The whisky itself a true testament to the skill of each and every one of our craftsmen and at 65 years old is a unique celebration of our unwavering commitment to sourcing, nurturing and maturing The Macallan single malt in exceptional oak casks.
Savour every moment
- Dark Walnut
- Supremely balanced with comforting notes of honey-dipped Madagascan vanilla pods, cinnamon and Moroccan dates.
- Medium body with hints of cracked black pepper, cloves and delicately toasted cocoa beans.
- Very long and deeply satisfying with a rich flavour of honey and dark chocolate.
The Macallan in Lalique Glass
THE PERFECT WAY TO ENJOY THE MACALLAN
Created collaboratively between illustrious French crystal maker Lalique and The Macallan’s Master Whisky Maker, Bob Dalgarno, The Macallan in Lalique nosing and tasting glass exhibits the perfect balance between beauty and functionality.
The bespoke crystal glass combines an exquisite aesthetic with a precise, technical design to provide a flawless and precious vessel to taste and appreciate the distinctive flavours and character of The Macallan.
With an enhanced curvaceous bowl and highly decorative stem, it takes the sensory journey to a heightened experience by concentrating aromas up the funnelled neck of the glass before allowing maximum interaction between the whisky and taste receptors in the mouth through the slightly flared rim.
Crafted by hand at the Lalique works in Wingen-sur-Moder, Alsace, each glass has been worked on by 15 skilled glass makers, transforming an everyday object into something extraordinary.