55 Year Old Macallan In Lalique

100326Recently named Best Malt in the World, The 1954 Macallan remains the Single Malt against which all others must be judged. Underpinning this peerless reputation is the commitment of The Masters of Spirit and Wood, those craftsmen at the heart of The Macallan for almost two centuries. Their obsessive pursuit of perfection has ensured the consistent quality that has characterized The Macallan since it was legally licensed in 1824.

The Macallan in Lalique costs $14,499.99. ” I think it’s a bit out of my price range,” said Alan Rodi ’12.

“That looks like a murder weapon,” said Ben Weisgall ’10. Mary Longley’ 10 expressed her concern that said online liquor vendor was a phishing site. Katie Shelly ’09 laughed out loud.

17 thoughts on “55 Year Old Macallan In Lalique

  1. Braille

    i too love scotch… but jesus fucking christ. a bit steep, doesn’t even look like 750ml.

    There are terrifying things like this lurking in the heathrow international terminal’s duty free.

    also, written a lot like an argus article, nice.

  2. Evan

    Calm down.
    It’s their blog they can post whatever they want.
    Stop bitching and be grateful when they post something that you find useful.

  3. Evan

    Calm down.
    It’s their blog they can post whatever they want.
    Stop bitching and be grateful when they post something that you find useful.

  4. stdnt

    Yeah, I understand wesleying for posting mildly interesting things at times but even I fail to see what is even at most, mildly interesting, about this post.

    For shame, for shame.

  5. stdnt

    Yeah, I understand wesleying for posting mildly interesting things at times but even I fail to see what is even at most, mildly interesting, about this post.

    For shame, for shame.

  6. Carl T. West

    I willing to put my name out on this one. Even though I love scotch, this post is irrelevant and useless. If it has anything to do with Wesleyan, you certainly didn’t explain why. Also, this isn’t even news, it’s been slated to win all awards for all of 2009 since it was first out for sampling like 1.5 years ago.

  7. Carl T. West

    I willing to put my name out on this one. Even though I love scotch, this post is irrelevant and useless. If it has anything to do with Wesleyan, you certainly didn’t explain why. Also, this isn’t even news, it’s been slated to win all awards for all of 2009 since it was first out for sampling like 1.5 years ago.

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