The Macallan Distillery is on a roll this year. After releasing a couple of very old, rare bottlings and opening a high-tech, $186 million facility, they’ve now announced their oldest Scotch whisky to date, the 72 Years Old in Lalique.

Set to be released this August in a limited run of 600, the special concoction arrives in a recipient that’s worthy of its exquisite contents–a unique and bespoke crystal decanter (called the Genesis Decanter) and presentation case, both inspired by the architectural complexity of The Macallan’s new brand home.

The 1940s-distilled whisky has a golden amber color, a delicate peat nose leading to a soft, aged oak smoke, and a palate that is slightly smokey with vanilla hints fading “to leave a viscous mouth coating of citrus fruits and subtle green apples.”

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