In this hotel you can taste the oldest Macallan whisky
Looking for the oldest Macallan whisky? In this Beverly Hills hotel you can taste the oldest version of Macallan whisky launched by the distillery.
A dram of 72 year old Macallan 72 years old in Lalique whisky may be the most desired drink by a fan of this spirit. The oldest version of Macallan was released in 600 samples at a price of $60,000 each. He finds his place at the bar of the Maybourne Beverly Hills Hotel. But the price to pay for this delicacy may disappoint some.
If you fancy a dram of the oldest Macallan Whisky, the 72 years old in Lalique, you’ll have to pay a price that might discourage you… yes, because an ounce of this legend costs $12,000 while half an ounce costs $6,000. But the bar through its exclusive partnership with Macallan offers other bottles like the 65 year old Macallan ($5,000 a glass) and the Macallan 57 years old in Lalique.
Your Macallan dram will be served in a luxurious Lalique glassware. In addition, an ice ball made of Scottish water with the inscription “£10” will refresh your drink. In addition, you can enjoy wood smoked bacon, 26-year-old Gouda cheese and spicy pecans along with your drink, perfect for a food pairing…
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But this luxurious and great pleasure is not the only thing that bar has to offer. Other bottles of Macallan include the 1824 Masters Series Reflexion, a lighter version of a delicately elegant Macallan scotch; and the Nick Savage 50 Years Old Single Malt, with green apple decadence, particularly unique as other whiskies from the distillery have no such taste.
Be sure to get your seat to taste the oldest Macallan whisky, since only 35 are available at the bar, and trust us, they book very fast.
Where can I taste the oldest Macallan Whisky?
THE CIGAR AND WHISKEY BAR at Maybourne Beverly Hills
Open every day from 5:00pm – 12am
Don’t drink and drive. Enjoy responsibly.
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