Since it does say Macallan on the bottle with the description “The Macallan Single Malt Whisky Delicately Flavoured with Maple and Pecan,” and marketed by The Macallan (leveraging The Macallan name) as Amber Liqueur by The Macallan, one could get the slight impression there might be something vaguely...oh let's see, maybe…MACALLAN..about it?
Yet, according to the “Admiral” this is a wholly incorrect assessment? I say, Apples and Oranges to you, sir! :>)
Dude....it's a liqueur!!!!
Can you taste Glenfiddich in Glenfiddich Malt Liqueur?
Can you taste the malt whisky in Drambuie? Can you identify which distillery contributes to it?
Can you taste the contributing malt whisky in Glavya?
Baileys Liqueur is made with Irish whiskey. Can you taste (and identify
) the contributing distillery?
Drumgray Liqueur is made from Deanston malt whisky, but I'm buggered if I can taste the Deanston in it.
Yet, according to the “Admiral” this is a wholly incorrect assessment?
I never stated or suggested that you'd made a "wholly incorrect assessment" (Mr Picky would probably suggest you meant 'assumption'
), merely that such comparisons or expectations were a little
misguided or unfair when you consider what the product actually is and purports to be.
P.S. Just about everyone around here has an interesting or even bizarre username. Any reason why you give me the privilege of being referred to as "the" and get quotation marks around my username?