Time for a sweeping epic of a post that has been six years in the making. After having watched every single Lost episode during it's six season run it had been brought to my attention that there was a mysterious scotch which kept popping up throughout the series. I honestly hadn't noticed it except for the very first time it was featured on the show. It showed up in no less than FIVE other episodes after that and managed to go right over my head every single time.
I started doing some research in preparation for this post and found every scene where the legendary "MacCutcheon 60 year old" appeared and have presented them below in order of appearance. Good luck finding this bottle on the shelf at your local bar or liquor store though. Like the "Clyburn 15 year old" which appeared in The Dark Knight, this is another one of our Mystery Malts. Though the bottle bears a striking resemblance to the Macallan in my opinion.
The first appearance of the MacCutcheon 60 Year Old was in the 8th episode of season 3 entitled "Flashes before Your Eyes".
Second appearance was in the same episode...
Sighting number three was during a pivotal scene later in the season. Episode 13 entitled "The Man From Tallahassee". Be sure to watch the short clip all the way to the end.
The fourth clip is from the fourth season. The MacCutcheon pops up during the 8th episode titled "The Shape of Things to Come".
The fifth clip is actually from one of my favorite episodes of the entire series. The title of the episode is "He's Our You". Season 5. Episode 10.
Don't blink or you'll miss this one. Season 6. Episode 5. The sixth clip is a very brief one from the episode called "Lighthouse".
Now for the seventh and final appearance of the MacCutcheon. The 60 year old malt now appears to have come full circle. Another scene with Desmond Hume and Charles Widmore which echoes the first. Though the tone is very different. This is from the eleventh episode of the final season. Appropriately titled "Happily Ever After".
Hope y'all enjoyed the post. Many more to come. Feel free to leave any tips or suggestions for future posts in the comment section.