The Kurayoshi 18YO Pure Malt Blended Japanese Whisky 700ml

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Founded in 1956 in Kyoto, Matsui Brewing Co. is a sake brewer and boutique blender and bottler of whisky. The Kurayoshi brand was released in April 2016 and gained widespread adulation for its remarkable palate and unique blending methods.

Bottled at 50% abv the 18 Year Old Pure Malt is a vatting of Scotch and Japanese malt cut with subsoil waters from the Daisen Mountains in Kurayoshi, Tottori, Japan, and then aged for a further year in these mountains. 

Kurayoshi is a superb Japanese whisky.

Tasting Note: Unique in style and complex in flavor this sweet and spicy malt has overtones of dark chocolate and stewed fruit with an elegant smoke finish.

Additional Details

SKU:
13588-GB-UNIT
Age:
18 Year Old
Size:
700
Container Type:
Bottle
Country:
Japan
Alcohol %:
50
Region:
Kyoto
Style:
Pure Malt
Varietal:
Japanese Whisky

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