The Macallan has announced the re-launch of its Sherry Oak 12 Years Old in the Canadian market.

A part of its Sherry Oak portfolio, The Macallan Sherry Oak 12 Years Old single malt whisky expression has returned due to increasing demand for the product.

With 43% alcohol by volume (ABV), The Macallan Sherry Oak 12 Years Old offers notes of vanilla, wood spice and dried fruits.

From this summer, The Macallan Sherry Oak 12 Years Old will be available in 750ml bottles at a suggested retail price (SRP) $149.95.

The Macallan’s parent company Edrington owns some of the leading Scotch whisky and rum brands in the world.

Edrington Eastern Canada area manager Nicolas Villalon said: “It is beyond exciting to see the return of such an iconic single malt to Canada!

“The Macallan Sherry Oak 12 Years Old is beloved by aficionados all over the world for its rich mouthfeel and complex flavours of spices and dried fruits but, given the scarcity of the Exceptional Oak Casks used in its production, it has only been available in rare supply in recent years.

“We are incredibly grateful to offer it once again, albeit in limited quantities, to the Canadian connoisseurs whose appreciation for our Scotch whisky has been unwavering.”

In January, Suntory agreed to acquire 10% of Edrington shares for an undisclosed sum.