SUNTORY - Malt Yamazaki 10 Year Old - Japanese Whisky

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SUNTORY - Malt Yamazaki 10 Year Old
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Description:
Named after the town of Yamazaki, famed for its pure waters, tea ceremonies and samurai warriors.

Main cask - Puncheon 1st fill, 2nd fill (predominantly American oak)

Colour - Brilliant gold
Aroma - Dry fruits, malt, spicy, cinnamon, vanilla
Body - Medium
Taste - Nutmeg, cinnamon, fennel, bitter sweet
Finish - Spicy, dry, hint of vanilla and honey

Awards - IWSC 2006 Silver



Category(s):     Japanese Whisky

Producer: Suntory
ABV:   40%
Age:   10 Year Old
Brand:   Suntory
Country of Origin:   Japan
Distillery:   Suntory

Pricing

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Suntory - Malt Hakushu 12 Year OldIn Stock   70cl Bottle£ 61.60
Suntory - Malt Yamazaki 12 Year OldIn Stock   70cl Bottle£ 50.26
Suntory - Malt Yamazaki 18 Year OldIn Stock   70cl Bottle£ 144.90
Suntory - The Hakushu Single Malt Whisky - Distiller's Reserve In Stock   70cl Bottle£ 39.29
Suntory - The Yamazaki's Single Malt Whisky - Distiller's Reserve 08th Nov 2014   70cl Bottle£ 39.29

3 Product Reviews

Date of Review: Wed, 28 Oct 2009
Author:
Review: I like Yamazaki because of its distinct character. It's completely different from Scottish whisky, a lot fresher and more elegant. The 10 y.o. is not as fragrant and fresh as the 12 y.o., which I highly recommend (it tastes of green apples) and not as full-bodied as the 18 y.o. (which tastes more like cherries), but it's still good value!

Date of Review: Wed, 28 Oct 2009
Author:
Review: I like Yamazaki because of its distinct character. It's completely different from Scottish whisky, a lot fresher and more elegant. The 10 y.o. is not as fragrant and fresh as the 12 y.o., which I highly recommend (it tastes of green apples) and not as full-bodied as the 18 y.o. (which tastes more like cherries), but it's still good value!

Date of Review: Tue, 17 Jun 2008
Author:
Review: An outstanding single malt, my favourite 10yo to date.

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