That's an extremely high price. I've purchased bottles between 55-75. Look for a Glenfarclas 105 or Aberlour A'Bunadh and see if you can find either under 80. They are stylistically similar to the Mac CS.
Thanks very much guys! I appreciate your help. I kinda figured that was a bit steep. However, I'm much less practiced in the world of Scotch as opposed to Bourbon. I'm pretty much still a rookie in re to the water of life....but I'm sampling, learning, and becoming ever more aware how this stuff can grow on you. My next purchase will probably be 2-3 bottles depending on the ole paycheck. I'm thinking of getting a few different ones to add to the cabinet to diversify the ole taste buds further - although I realize by shying away from the peat & smoke, I may find myself a bit limited and find a lot of similarity.
Thanks again for the guidance...appreciate everyone taking time to assist me in my Scottish journey. A great weekend to all!
"I think I'll just stay here and drink"
Why buy the lackluster Macallan 12 when there is Mortlach?
Why indeed . . . . . . . . . .
We're Bourbon Geeks, it's who we are, it's what we do.
Gots to love the single malts. Personally I think Macallan 12 is an excellent scotch for the price. Read the description on the box. If you like what you read what's in the box won't disappoint.