AMAHAGAN World Malt Whisky – Edition No.4 Yamazakura Wood Finish
This Amahagan Yamazakura Wood Finish is a fantastic blend of malts from the up and coming Nagahama distillery. The distillery now has a number of whiskies in its range and they have been well received in Japan and beyond. This one brings the essence of “Yamazakura” – Yama meaning mountains and Sakura referring to Cherry Blossom trees – to the bottle. Refreshing aromas of wild cherry blossom combine with hints of incense, orange peel and black honey to create a fantastic overall drinking experience.
Nose: Sweet and gentle. Malt sweetness from NAGAHAMA new make. It features cherry blossom and plum aroma reminiscent of Japan.
Palate: Brown sugar, orange peel. After that, the gorgeous and elegant sweetness spread in your mouth.
Finish: Long. Refreshing and comfortable astringency finish like tea.
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