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Kaiyo Original Mizunara Oak 43%
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TA S T I N G N O T E S
K a i y o 4 3 %
Delicate nose with vanilla, ripe dried fruit and hints of cherry, with a long lingering finish
This whisky is matured in the finest Mizunara oak casks. Our pioneering research into the effect of wood selection on whisky maturation has led to the development of bespoke barrels, crafted from slow growth, air-seasoned wood from hand-selected trees. These casks are handmade due to Mizunara oaks delicate wood grain.This spirit is gently matured in traditional style for many years before it embarks on its unique sea voyage.
Mizunara oak casks are the most expensive casksin the world and considered the finest to mature whisky.
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Alcohol Volume- 43 %Bottle Size- 70 cl
Type- WhiskyCountry Of Origin- Japan
Availability- In stock
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