The Macallan Fine & Rare 1947

The Macallan Fine & Rare 1947

Looking for something extra special to serve the in-laws this holiday season? Look no further than The Macallan Fine & Rare 1947 Single Malt Scotch Whisky ($TBA; contact Bottled in 1963, this 15-year-old whisky was purchased directly from a well-known collector, and features a rich, natural beech color, with a palate of light fruits, bitter chocolate and wood spice. If you're wanting some, you'd better hurry — only five bottles are available stateside.

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