This delicious Macallan whisky is the second darkest in the 1824 colour release, and provides some middle ground between the Gold and the Ruby expressions. Matured in top quality sherry casks, this single malt is named Sienna to represent the naturally occuring pigment. This is a nod not only to the hue of this expression but to the fact that The Macallan's whiskies are all released with no added colouring.
The nose is more intense than the Gold and Amber expressions, with some orange peel, vanilla and subtle spices. Dried fruits on the palate which leads to a fruity and slightly spiced finish with a touch of anise.