Is there any difference between the two? Or are they just labelled differently for different markets?
Although the same philosophy may be true for the latest bottle design too.
This is the 'normal' Cask Strength:
This is the one for the USA Market:
There are also two earlier versions called Full Proof and 100 Proof:
I hope this helps,
I will try again ith links.
Cask Strength USA:
look at the labels. Most probably they tell you about different abv levels. That means different batches for different markets or new batches as the previous ones sell out.
There is, by the way another one in a red package and the malt is in the new oval Macallan bottle.
once again you're welcome.
I was pleased that the bottles you asked about were in my personal collection, all 4 varieties of CS.
If you need further help, just ask as I keep a large database on bottles, editions and also current values. Sometimes, as in this time, you may be lucky when I can even post my own pictures of them.
Although I would probably say that my "specialities" in this area are Ardbeg, Bruichladdich, Glenmorangie & Macallan.
Macallan 10y. 58.5% - France
Macallan 10y. 58.8% - France/Netherlands
Macallan 10y. 58.6% - Germany
Macallan 10y. 57.2% - Germany Sherry
Macallan 10y. 58.2% - Germany Red Box
Macallan 10y. 58.5% - Germany Sherry
Macallan 10y. 58.4% - U.K.
Macallan 10y. 58.8% - Duty Free Label
I guess you can find even more variations on this Cask Strength version.
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