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Developed by the oldest distillery in Japan, Yamazaki single malt is the perfect combination of expertise Scottish and Japanese refinement. This 12 year old is no exception to the rule, with both complexity and freshness of the great single malts Speyside and a touch of floral and smoky aromas ...
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|Volume :||70 cl|
|Alcohol by volume :||43 °|
|aging||8 to 12 years|
Developed by the oldest distillery in Japan, Yamazaki single malt is the perfect combination of expertise Scottish and Japanese refinement. This 12 year old is no exception to the rule, with both complexity and freshness of the great single malts Speyside and a touch of floral and smoky aromas. In 2008, Yamazaki 12 years won the gold medal in international competition "San Francisco World Submit".
The Yamazaki distillery was the Japanese single malt that the Speyside region is single malt Scotch: a classic. It ranges from malted barley and a nice fruity sweetness. Rare versions aged in sherry casks have nothing to envy the greatest sherry cask single malts from Scotland: Glendronach, Glenfarclas, Macallan ...
Color: yellow gold.
Nose: smooth and slightly smoky, aeration reveals specific aromas of fresh grass and wild flowers.
Taste: ample grows on ripe fruit (apple, plum) on a background of floral notes and smoked malted barley.
Final: Fruity also provides a feeling of freshness.