The rich mahogany hue of this 1989 Fine & Rare release from The Macallan is the result of decades of time spent maturing in a single European oak sherry butt cask. Distinct aromas of dark cherries, sweet treacle toffee, cocoa powder, and gingerbread. On the palate, amaretti biscuits, caramelized pineapple, a sprinkle of Demerara sugar, and rich treacle tart give way to candied fruits, plum jam, and a hint of dark chocolate. The multi-layered fish is long and complex. Filled on 12th December 1989 and bottled over 32 years later, this single cask is presented at its natural cask strength.