Jim Graham (h2so4) wrote in daily_drink,
Jim Graham

The Macallan 30 year old Sherry Oak.

Following Julians lead.

Tonight I am drinking Scotch. It took a long time for me to acquire a taste for Scotch. But
several years ago when I was living with a wonderful woman she taught me to enjoy the
subtle flavors found in a good Scotch. As a matter of fact we used to go to a place up on
15th called Hop Scotch. It was located in the same location that now house Smith. As the
name implies all they served was Scotch. If I remember right they had over 300 varieties
on hand and I'll bet that over the two years we went there we must have tried most of them.

So tonight it's a 30 year old Scotch. The Macallan Sherry Oak is exclusively matured in selected Sherry oak casks from Jerez, Spain.

This satisfyingly complex Single Malt, matured at The Macallan distillery for a minimum of 30 years is characterized by its rich color, aroma and flavor with hints of dried fruits, spice and chocolate orange.

I have just a little left of this bottle maybe 6 or 7 more drinks and then it will be gone. God my wallet
is already weeping about having to replace it.
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