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Nagahama Single Malt Heavily Peated Bourbon Cask n°313
Single Cask - 61,9 % - 50 cl
A limited edition reserved for France, Nagahama Single Malt Heavily Peated Bourbon Cask No. 313 is a single cask bottling by Nagahama the smallest craft distillery in Japan.Read more
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A limited edition reserved for France, Nagahama Single Malt Heavily Peated Bourbon Cask No. 313 is a single cask bottling by Nagahama the smallest craft distillery in Japan.
Opened in 2016 and located in the heart of the Roman Beer brewery set on the shores of Lake Biwa, Nagahama reveals some of its expertise in this whiskey with a very peaty character offering an intense and gourmet profile. Yusuke Yahisa, the Blender of the House, selected the Bourbon cask n°313 for the specific characteristics of its aromatic palette.
On the nose, the peat reminiscent of a campfire expresses itself with intensity and elegance among a farandole of notes both spicy and greedy, including vanilla notes, a touch of dried fruits and the smoky spirit of a toast. On the palate, we find all the aromas of the nose and the powerful peat with also the appearance of soft and subtle notes of salted butter caramel and white chocolate coated in a smooth texture. The finish is marked by spices such as black pepper, and the depth in the mouth of peaty notes.
Product limited to 1 bottles per order.
Details Nagahama Single Malt Heavily Peated Bourbon Cask n°313
Honshu - Shiga
Type of cask
Single Cask - Limited Edition
Number of bottles
The distillery Nagahama
Founded in 2016, Nagahama the smallest whisky distillery in Japan, is operated by Roman Beer company specialized in beer brewing since 1996.
It is located in central Japan on the shores of Lake Biwa in the town of Nagahama (Shiga Prefecture) and began distilling malt in November 2016 with two atypically shaped pot stills reminiscent of Arab architecture from which they derive the nickname aranbic.
Made of whiskies exclusively distilled, aged and bottled in Japan.
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