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A very rare, very exclusive vintage, Yamazaki 1984 was matured in American, European and Japanese Mizunara oak and it was awarded a Gold at the International Spirits Challenge.
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Simply the Best!
9th February 2016
I was lucky enough to try this at a high end Japanese restaurant in Australia - could not believe it was on the menu! I had very high hopes, and still it floored me. The old leather character in this is just so sublime, it's like you could almost taste every year it had matured and took your taste buds back in time. my partner didn't quite know what to do for about 30mins over that dinner because I was somewhere else. Mizunara forest maybe..
29th June 2015
This will be hard to top
13th December 2014
Love the old touch on this one!
21st January 2014
It is July 2012, and I just managed buy this very very rare bottle and close to the original retail price...cant wait to open it.
19th July 2012
Had with a colleague of mine, wish I could get my hands on one of these. Simply amazing
27th June 2012
Best whisky EVER!
11th April 2012
I have had many a single malt scotch/whisk(e)y and this is by far one of the top 5 I have ever tried. Simply astounding. I would gladly pay even more.
Is it possible to just store this once I buy, and then drink maybe in 15 years? How will it affect the taste?
4th March 2012
16th December 2011
what can i say, words are not enough to express, you will enjoy
17th July 2011
...i have ever tried! For me this one's got it all! Comments are redundant!
20th May 2010