The Macallan, has today announced the launch of a new collection of single malt Scotch whiskies, which is said to celebrate the brands Six Pillars.
The Macallan M Collection, is comprised of The Macallan M 2022 Release (45% ABV), The Macallan M Black 2022 Release (46% ABV) and The Macallan M Copper 2022 Release (42% ABV).
|The Macallan M Collection|
The Six Pillars are the foundation stones that account for The Macallan’s distinctive whiskies and comprise of Natural Colour, Mastery, Curiously Small Spirit Stills, The Estate, Exceptional Oak Casks and Sherry Seasoning.
The Macallan M Collection, features an array of colours which reflect their Six Pillars, and reflect the emotions that drive the brand.
The Macallan M 2022 Release, embodies Natural Colour, a result of The Macallan’s commitment to craftsmanship and dedication to using the finest, 100% natural ingredients and sherry seasoned oak casks.
The Macallan M Black 2022 Release, represents The Macallan’s dedication to Mastery and unwavering trust in its craft. Rare, black ended sherry seasoned oak casks holding peated spirit have been selected by the Whisky Mastery Team to create this unique expression.
The Macallan M Copper 2022 Release, reflects the Curiously Small Spirit Stills that are a defining feature of The Macallan’s distillation process. They represent a pivotal moment in whisky-making history as when most moved to larger, higher production copper stills.
Commenting on the launch, Jaume Ferras, Global Creative Director for The Macallan, said: “Our Six Pillars foundation stones embody all that is unique to The Macallan, together underpinning the renowned quality and rich character of our whisky. The Macallan M Collection tells the story of these unique attributes and our dedication to uncompromised excellence.”
The Macallan M 2022 Release, The Macallan M Black 2022 Release and The Macallan M Copper 2022 Release, which all come presented in Lalique decanters, will be available later this month from specialist retailers, for the respective RRP’s of £5,000, £5,700 and £6,250.
Posted by Steve Rush