Cask Of Yamazaki Heavily Peated


Yamazaki The Cask Of Yamazaki Heavily Peated is a single malt Japanese whisky, with a very full bodied and smoky flavor.


 Cask Of Yamazaki Heavily Peated

The Yamazaki The Cask Of Yamazaki Heavily Peated is a single malt Japanese whisky, with a very full bodied and smoky flavor. The nose is reminiscent of nuts, berries and sweet spices. The palate is intense and gives way to more smokiness with hints of coffee beans and leather. This whisky has an elegant finish that lingers long on the tongue.

This limited edition Yamazaki Heavily Peated is a testament to how important the industry’s approach to sustainability is to Suntory. The whisky is made from a low yield of peated barley grown at their Mizunara farm; an experimental facility that was established in 1989 and is producing some of the highest quality Mizunara oak timber. If you’re looking for an expression that embodies the character of this farm, you need look no further than The Cask Of Yamazaki Heavily Peated.

The Cask of Yamazaki is a 1987 Lalique crystal decanter set, that has been hand-blown in the Italian factory. It comes contains three different 50ml decanters, each serving a very specific purpose: one for cooling, second for resting (45 degrees) and third for drinking (55 degrees). The product is packaged in a custom black wooden case, designed to reflect the look of an authentic cask.

The Cask Of Yamazaki Heavily Peated is a 1993 single malt whisky from the Yamazaki distillery in Japan. This bottle of whisky was matured in first fill American oak casks at the distillery. It has been bottled by The Whisky Exchange, but it is not listed on their website and I have been unable to find it for sale anywhere else.

A unique expression of a classic whisky- The Cask Of Yamazaki Heavily Peated was constructed with the highest quality barley malt, using traditional methods in a Spanish Sherry cask for 8 years. The originality of this heavily peated Japanese single malt is sure to impress wine aficionados and whisky connoisseurs alike.

The 1993 The Yamazaki was immediately legendary when it was released in 1996. This heavily peated version has a robust smoky flavour, with hints of salt and a long, warming finish. A truly fine dram while sinking into the leather arm chair in front of your roaring fire.

Chemically peated to a level that would make a Scot blush, The Cask of Yamazaki Peated Single Malt Whisky is the perfect complement for lovers of Islay malts. Although produced in Japan by Suntory, which also makes teas, melons and delicacies such as rice crackers, this whisky shares the same characteristics as its island neighbor – salty and briny with a gluggy mouthfeel.

We have selected the finest single malt whisky from The Cask Of Yamazaki Heavily Peated. This was distilled in 1993 and bottled in 2020. It is a great example of its type, which has notes of honey and vanilla with a hint of smoke.

The Cask of Yamazaki, aged in extra-old American oak casks, is a heavily-peated whisky from the Yamazaki distillery. It has notes of smoke and peat but also a sweet citrus and light floral characters. The Yamazaki range was inspired by the environment around Japan’s oldest existing distillery, which has been making whisky since 1923.

This is a blend of malt and grain whiskies from the Yamazaki Distillery that was aged in oak casks. Peaty aromas mingle with dark fruit and molasses. The palate displays loads of charred oak, smoked meat and bittersweet chocolate before it finishes long, warm and spicy.

The entire Yamazaki line of Japanese whisky is a testament to Japanese craftsmanship and artisanship, with no detail overlooked. The Cask Of Yamazaki Heavily Peated stands out for its hefty peatiness, thanks to subjecting it to the smoke of Islay-style barley. The label features a depiction of Mount Fuji, an iconic symbol of Japan



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