I do like the Macallan too, the 10Y old is lighter in taste then the 12Y old. I do too live in the Netherlands, and get my stuff here aswell. The 18Y old is richer in flavor and smell, however the 18Y old Gran Reserva is dryer in taste. Ofcourse I do like some older Macallan, like a 30Y old, but then again if you travel a lot why not fancy the Macallan Travel series, the 20's and 50's are something special, the 30's and 40's has a dash of peat in it, or go for their new product, wich is going to launched soon in the duty free shops in Holland.......
I think that Macallan is an understanding in the world of whisky, and they have a good reputation.
[This message has been edited by Huurman (edited 20 June 2002).]