This new nectar created by Suntory Chief Master Blender is an blend of several single malts distilled and aged in Yamazaki, the very first malt distillery of Japan.
For this new 2015 version, a collector's bottle was created with the stills of the distillery painted in the background, plus a nice case proudly displaying the golden sign of Yamazaki wrote in Japanese.
It’s bottled at 43% and made up of young bourbon barrels and older (up to 20+ years, according to the press release) sherry casks.
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DESCRIPTION Yamazaki 12 Year Old was introduced to the market in 1984 and was the first seriously marketed Japanese single malt whisky. By now, it is an internationally coveted whisky,...
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DESCRIPTION Every year, Suntory releases a new limited edition of their Yamazaki, and this year, we have another masterpiece! No information on the number of bottles available was unveiled by...