Nagahama Single Malt Peated Mizunara Cask n°192

Single Cask - 51,1% - 50 cl

Limited edition for France, Nagahama Single Malt Peated Mizunara Cask n°192 is a whisky distilled by Nagahama the smallest craft distillery in Japan inaugurated in 2016.

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Limited edition for France, Nagahama Single Malt Peated Mizunara Cask n°192 is a whisky distilled by Nagahama the smallest craft distillery in Japan inaugurated in 2016.

Distilled in 2017 and matured in Mizunara cask n°192, this single cask was selected by Blender Yusuke Yahisa for its specific characteristics expressing a rich and elegant profile, strongly marked by the Japanese oak wood offering spicy notes that match perfectly with the malt peat.

Its pleasantly sweet and light nose highlights woody and gourmet notes such as maple syrup, while leaving room for its peaty and smoky character. On the palate, the peat dominates in perfect harmony with the spicy aromas of pepper and incense inherited from the ageing in mizunara casks, the whole carried by a smooth texture. The finish is finely balanced with a soft and delicate smoke underlined by notes of dried fruits.

Product limited to 1 bottles per order.

Détails

Details Nagahama Single Malt Peated Mizunara Cask n°192

Type

Single Cask

Producer

Roman Beer

Distillery

Nagahama

Region

Honshu - Shiga

Strength

51,1%

Dilution

Cask Strength

Volume

50 cl

Age

4 year old

Vintage

2017

Bottling Date

2021

Type of cask

Mizunara

Bottling

Single Cask - Limited Edition

Cask Number

192

Number of bottles

388

Coloring

Uncolored

Peat

Peated

Ingredient

Malted barley

Packaging

Cardboard case

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The distillery

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.

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