Okayama Triple Cask
Single Malt - 43 % - 70 cl
Created by Miyashita distillery, Okayama Triple Cask as its name suggests, is a blend of single malts aged in 3 different types of casks such as ; Sherry (Pedro Jiménez), Brandy and Mizunara the Japanese oak.Read more
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Created by Miyashita distillery, Okayama Triple Cask as its name suggests, is a blend of single malts aged in 3 different types of casks such as ; Sherry (Pedro Jiménez), Brandy and Mizunara the Japanese oak. This combination of barrels reveals a round profile whose nose expresses aromas of ripe red fruits to which are added on the palate notes of toasted wood and sweet spices, and a delicate finish leaving greedy aromas of vanilla, cocoa and caramel.
In addition to pure water drawn 100 meters deep from the Asahikawa spring used for the dilution of its whiskies, the Miyashita's team makes it a point of honor to use only 100% local raw materials such as 2-row barley growing not far from the distillery.
Details Okayama Triple Cask
Miyashita Sake Brewery
Honshu - Okayama
Type of Cask
Sherry / Brandy / Mizunara
The brand Okayama
Founded in 2011 by Miyashita Sake Brewery, Okayama is a recent whisky brand whose first two bottlings Okayama Single Malt and Okayama Triple Cask are the proud representatives.
It was to mark the 90th anniversary of the brewery that the decision to distill malt was made and the brand Okayama was created. Made from German and English barley distilled in steel stills also used for the production of shochu, the first single malt bottled under the Okayama brand was released in 2015.
Made of whiskies exclusively distilled, aged and bottled in Japan.
Notes of Sherry, strawberry, blackberry, black currant, ...
Notes of smoke, roasted coffee, toasted bread, charcoal, ...
Notes of honey, vanilla, chocolate, caramel / toffee, ...
Your reviews on Okayama Triple Cask
Frederic D. published the 04/07/2021 following an order made on 28/05/2021
Très jolie bouteille, une belle couleur sombre et un whisky intéressant, fruité et légèrement épicé.