Mars Iwai Komagatake Shinanotanpopo. The third release in the Nature of Shinshu range from Mars Shinshu is the Shinanotanpopo single malt Japanese whisky, which was made by combining a well-aged whisky from their warehouses with a much younger whisky. "Shinanotanpopo", for those curious, means "dandelion flower".
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