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[Review] Single Malt Yamazaki 12 years old

This single malt whisky, one of Japan's representative single malt whiskies, was introduced in 1984, the 60th year since the Yamazaki distillery, the birthplace of whisky in Japan, was completed.Mature malts are carefully selected and examined from the treasured malt casks that have been aged over 12 years in Yamazaki's four seasons. Its flavor is highly acclaimed around the world.
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[Review] Essence of Suntory whisky (Rich Type)

The blender carefully selects and blends malt from the Yamazaki distillery, which is aged for more than 12 years in white oak casks and then refilled with cedar casks for another 6 years, malt from the Yamazaki distillery, which is aged for more than 18 years in sherry and quercus oak casks, and grain from the Chita distillery, which is also aged for more than 18 years. The blend is sweet and rich with a mature taste.
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[Review]THE YAMAZAKI SINGLE MALT WHISKY AGED 18 YEARS

The aroma of sweet dried fruits and savory chocolate derived from aging in sherry casks is impressive. The taste has a sense of maturity and depth, which is also latent in the long-aged original wine from Mizunara oak casks. This is a full-bodied type of wine that has been slowly matured mainly from original wine aged in sherry casks for more than 18 years. This is a gem that allows you to enjoy an overwhelming sense of maturity!
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