Presented in a wooden box and accompanying this classic Speyside, The Macallan Gold 70cl 40%vol., we find sweets of the highest quality. White chocolate with strawberry and rose petals Cacao Sampaka. Crunchy black Pancrazio, dark chocolate with pieces of wafer. And the famous and delicious Border Scottish biscuits.
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All components of the gift come in a wooden box with a satin black lid handle.
Drops of dark chocolate with pieces of wafer, the wafer gives the chocolate a surprising crunchy and original touch. The dark chocolate is of the highest quality, enjoyed in all its splendor in this product. Drops of dark chocolate 70% with pieces of waffle. Intense chocolate and crêpe feuilletée. Weight approx. 140 g.
Pancracio was born from the vision of Pedro Álvarez, marketing economist and graphic designer and chocolate addict. After creating successful designs and packaging for others, he decides to do something of his own, using the knowledge acquired. The idea of Pancracio begins to be formed in New York, where Pedro begins an intense preparation; trips and courses, acquiring experience in the famous Bruno Bakery, under the attentive look of the chef Biagio Settepani. In 2003, Pedro decides to make a small production of his best recipes for family and friends, with a surplus to sell. Success and enthusiasm did not take long to appear, so Pancracio was born, a small and very exclusive brand of chocolate and other related products that is distributed exclusively in very selected points of sale.
White chocolate tablet with rose aroma and strawberry crisp, minimum cocoa content is 30%. Net weight of 100 g. Dimensions: 16,5x8,5x1,5cm.
With stores in Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia, Al-Kobar, Osaka and Tokyo, Cacao Sampaka produces sweets derived from cocoa of great recognition. Cacao Sampaka was born to spread the culture of chocolate and transmit the passion for this sweet. Chocolate craftsmen, work the product from the first moment, starting with the selection of the raw material, the cocoa beans and ending with the presentation and packaging of the product. All products are made with the highest quality cocoa, without preservatives or colorants.
Delicious Scottish biscuits with chocolate pieces elaborated by one of the most outstanding companies in the elaboration of this type of sweets. Weight approx. 150 g.
The Macallan Gold 70cl 40% vol. belongs to The 1824 Series, presented at the end of 2012. A Speyside single malt from the renowned and respected Scottish distillery The Macallan that replaces the extinct Sherry Oak 10 Years, with a whisky focused on color and not age. Gold, the introduction to the series, has been aged in first and second use European sherry oak barrels.
The Macallan distillery is located in the Speyside region of Scotland, in Craigellachie, Moray. Founded in 1824 by Alexander Reid, a local farmer who acquired a whisky licence and decided to move to Easter Elchies House, a 1700s building made of stone for Captain John Grant, an exceptional example of the classic Highland manor. The house is surrounded by 160 hectares of green fields and lush forests that are used for barley cultivation to make The Macallan, pasture for sheep and cattle, forests and pastures mowed to attract species of birds, the land is cared for and cultivated in harmony and respect for the environment. The Spey River, one of the distillery's water sources, borders the estate to the south and south-east, the Spey River which gives its name to the Speyside whisky-producing region, is famous for the whisky industry that accompanies it during its course and salmon fishing.
During the 19th century the owners of The Macallan were people from the region, with a special link to the inhabitants and nature of the place. Almost seventy years later, Roderick Kemp purchased the distillery, and during Roderick's leadership period, The Macallan's reputation for quality was established. Thanks to his efforts, the distillery experienced a growth in demand and from 1951 - 1963 the distillery underwent numerous changes, improvements and expansions of facilities.
In 2002 and subsequent years the distillery won numerous awards, acclaimed by critics and connoisseurs, the Fine & Rare collection garnered great recognition, which continued to expand in 2004 with the Fine Oak collection.
The Macallan distillery has always shown exceptional product quality for decades. The waters for the whiskies are extracted from springs on the estate itself, near where the Spey River and Ringorm Burn converge.
The distillery's stills are the smallest in Speyside and until 2004 the distillery had only used European oak barrels that had contained sherry acquired in Jerez de la Frontera, Cádiz. From that year on, The Macallan introduced ex-bourbon American oak barrels in addition to Spanish sherry with the Fine Oak series.
Finally, a fact that becomes important with the NAS The 1824 Series (No Age Statement) is that The Macallan ensures that the color of your whiskey is natural and does not change or alter in any aspect, the colors are provided by the barrels naturally.
Style: Single Malt.
Breeding: Raising in sherry barrels, without official age, is assumed ages between 9 and 15 years.
Nose: Vanilla, citrus, walnuts and dark chocolate followed by light oak notes.
Mouth: Subtle and sauve, citrus with notes of ginger and cinnamon on a soft background with vanilla.
Final: Medium/low persistence with citrus and vanilla, dry.
Macallan Gold is the youngest whisky in the 1824 series, designed to be between, out of production, Sherry Oak 10 Years and Fine Oak 10 Years. It's easy to drink with typical Speyside flavors, floral and citrus notes. A whisky to discover what awaits us with this new series.