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Macallan 18 years Sherry Oak $649

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[LCBO] Macallan 18 years Sherry Oak $649

Lcbo selling macallan 18 years sherry oak for $649.15. They don't always have it, have to wait a year for it at lcbo. I am likely holding on to it for resale.
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Too high class for me, I may not know the difference and waste such precious drops of these. I may stick with the cheap wines.
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The macallan 18 that used to be available 10 years ago before name changes (the one in the show suits) was 400....650 is def too high.
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WaijayW81211 wrote: Lcbo selling macallan 18 years sherry oak for $649.15. They don't always have it, have to wait a year for it at lcbo. I am likely holding on to it for resale.
If you don't mind me asking. I have a bunch of rare liquor from my father who passed. With out an auction how do you sell liquor in Canada?

Thanks for also posting the deal.
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sedani wrote: If you don't mind me asking. I have a bunch of rare liquor from my father who passed. With out an auction how do you sell liquor in Canada?

Thanks for also posting the deal.
There are Facebook groups and you could even sell it on kijiji
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To the experts here, what are some of the best wines out there?
During holidays I buy wine as gift and most of the time pick one that is higher priced ,Thinking Face as I have no knowledge about wines.
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Better to know what flavor type the person you are buying for likes then working around that
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timbertick wrote: To the experts here, what are some of the best wines out there?
During holidays I buy wine as gift and most of the time pick one that is higher priced ,Thinking Face as I have no knowledge about wines.
Depends on your budget. These are the best ones (If you have a lot of money to spend): Petrus (in red ) and Yquem (sweet white)

https://www.wineonline.ca/chateau-petrus-2010.html

https://www.wine-searcher.com/find/d+yq ... 879/canada

I tasted the 1990 Petrus (in a tasting show) and it was out of this world.
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I have a couple bottles of 18 from 10 years ago that I picked up in a duty free shop in Heathrow. Must have been about $250 equiv. back then. Prices have sure gone up.
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This is very expensive even for an 18 YO single malt! I am no expert but have never spent more than 200-250 for a 18YO scotch. You can get Glenfiddich, bowmore, Aberfeldy or even a highland park 18yo for around 200.
I am not saying Macallan is not better but someone like me wouldnt be able to tell the difference at that point. No argument if its a collectors thing though lol
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WaijayW81211 wrote: Lcbo selling macallan 18 years sherry oak for $649.15. They don't always have it, have to wait a year for it at lcbo. I am likely holding on to it for resale.
What are these things worth on resale? I had no idea people resell. I have a bunch of more common sealed 18 year old limited edition single malts as I used to work for the distillery.
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renegadeavenger wrote: Too high class for me, I may not know the difference and waste such precious drops of these. I may stick with the cheap wines.
90% of the wine sold in north america is under $10

Think on that
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OP, what are you expecting resale will be?

This is typically available in the US for $399 which even after conversion is cheaper than LCBO pricing.
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vanhalen26 wrote: What are these things worth on resale? I had no idea people resell. I have a bunch of more common sealed 18 year old limited edition single malts as I used to work for the distillery.
Nothing

It's a 18 year old mass produced scotch, big deal

it's like people buying casio watches as an "investment"
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timbertick wrote: To the experts here, what are some of the best wines out there?
During holidays I buy wine as gift and most of the time pick one that is higher priced ,Thinking Face as I have no knowledge about wines.
In blind studies, people couldn't tell the difference between a $100 bottle of wine and a $10.

When people could see the prices, they unconsciously chose the higher priced one. Think on that
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Why is everybody talking about wine. This is a scotch whiskey
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sks8100 wrote: Why is everybody talking about wine. This is a scotch whiskey
Does anyone know the appropriate soda pairing with this? /s
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This is a single malt whisky.

How would this compare to glenlivet 18? Which is only $199 and delicious

I had the macallan 10 or 12 which is pretty subtle and smooth already.
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danascully wrote: In blind studies, people couldn't tell the difference between a $100 bottle of wine and a $10.

When people could see the prices, they unconsciously chose the higher priced one. Think on that
When it comes to whiskey i can definitely tell between 12 yr McCallan and black label.

i've also had some really bad wine from loblaws, when we were students.

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