Please consider me sitting here comfortably, sipping a wonderful Macallan Selected Oak.
I got this bottle as a present and once opened, it has to be emptied. Otherwise the aroma just evaporates.
Which reminds me of a nice movie I had the pleasure viewing not too long ago.
The title is “The Angels’ Share“:
If you drink liquor, then you know what it means. If you don’t, the always helpful Wikipedia tells it:
“Angels’ share” is a term for the portion (share) of a wine or distilled spirit’s volume that is lost to evaporation during aging in oak barrels.
This movie isn’t one of the big blockbusters. Yet it is a nice comedy, a little provoking and mostly entertaining. With brilliant acting by Paul Brannigan as Robbie, John Henshaw as Harry and most of all, Gary Maitland as Albert. This guy deserves more roles!
Enjoy good Single Malts and movies,