When it went on sale at NCABC I grabbed a bottle of The Macallan Double Cask which is 12 years old and 43% ABV. I’m not sure of the exact price point, but around 63 beans or less is what I seem to recall. The name comes from the time the Scotch spent in Sherry barrels made of both American and European Oak. The flavor has a sublime mix of oak, chocolate, leather, citrus, and caramel which leads to a slightly sweet finish tempered by peppery alcohol and a nice alcohol warmth. I’ve seen mixed reviews on this, but I noticed the bottle did not hang out long once opened and while it was not mind blowing, it also was drained in short order. If you find this at the right price buy one and give it a whirl, heck, if you find it at the right price, buy two!