Yamazaki 35 Year Old
This very rare 35 year old whisky was distilled between 1966 and 1970 before being bottled in 2006. The spirit was matured in special 90 litre Spanish second fill sherry casks.
This is one of the oldest expressions of Yamazaki ever bottled, and is presented in a stunning hard wooden case.
The town of Yamazaki was chosen to be the site of Japan’s first commercial distillery due to its very ‘Scottish’ climate and with it being an area where three rivers converge. The distillery was established in 1923 by Shinjiro Torii, the father of Japanese whisky. The first spirit ran from the stills in 1924, on 11th November at 11:11am.