The Yamazaki 25 is an elite bottle for those who demand only the best. Being a winner of the World Whisky Awards in 2012 for ‘Best Single Malt’, the Yamazaki 25 is a coveted and increasingly rare item. If you want to know what Suntory really is capable of when it comes to whisky, then you must try this!
THE YAMAZAKI 25 YEAR OLD SINGLE MALT JAPANESE WHISKY TASTING NOTES
Nose: Very rich and fruity. Good sweetness with notes of walnut and almond. Slight toffee and a touch of oak.
Palate: More exotic and soft sherry with a hint of caramel. The finish is gently long with nuts and pepperiness.
Finish: Peppercorn and Sherry-soaked cherries.
Situated at the cross boundary of Yi-Lan mountains, overlooking the Pacific Ocean, the King Car distillery has been creating something that many thought would never happen: Taiwanese whisky. Naming their brand after the indigenous people that originally inhabited that area, the Kavalan, was a way to show how genuine King Car Group wanted to be with their new project.
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