This one?Not sure any more. Macallan stopped age dating some of their whisky, which has pissed off a number of people , including me. Macallan used to exclusively use first fill Oloroso casks which they picked out themselves from the Bodegas in Spain. Ghastly more expensive, which is why the scotch cost a lot more than many. They may still do this for some of them, but I haven't tried it in a while. They started making a "plain wood" expression several years ago which I think they call fine oak. If you can get it, I would buy the 12 year old sherry cask- it used to be my gold standard.
They're calling it a Highland, but The Macallan is Speyside, right?
The Macallan 12 year old whisky aged in fine sherry casks