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This Japanese Whisky has been matured in Mizunara Oak Casks. What is Mizunara?

“Mizunara needs to be around 200 years old before it can be cut and used for casks. While some larger distilleries have access to forests, rights are often suspended to allow them to regrow. During these times, the available wood is sold at public auctions. The huge demand can cause prices to skyrocket…. When left to mature correctly, a mizunara-aged whisky offers complex notes of sandalwood, coconut, spice, and Japanese incense.” – What is Japanese Mizunara Oak and is it Worth It? by George Koutsakis

  • Bottle Size750
  • DistilleryYamato
  • StyleJapanese Whisky
  • RegionJapan
  • AgeNAS
  • ABV40%
  • Cask StrengthNo
  • Cask TypeMizunara
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