The Last Piece Japanese Blended Malt
Blended Malt - 50 ° - 70 cl
The Last Piece Japanese Blended Malt whisky is the fruit of a unique collaboration between 5 famous Japanese craft distilleries, one of which is withholding its name.Read more
With its fruity, smoky aromatic profile, this whisky embodies a unique harmony between the woody flavors of bourbon casks and the individuality of each distillery, creating a complex taste experience. On the nose, it begins with notes of stewed yellow fruit, evolving into delicious incense smoke. On the palate, you'll discover the richness of malted cereals combined with a fruity sweetness reminiscent of ripe pineapple, accompanied by subtle woody, spicy and peaty accents that gradually emerge. The finish is long, offering a smoky and slightly bitter persistence, leaving a memorable imprint.
Bottled in just 300 units, this Japanese blended malt is made from malts aged for 3 years in Bourbon casks from the following Japanese distilleries: Eigashima (lightly peated malt), Nagahama (unpeated malt), Sakurao (unpeated malt), Saburomaru (strongly peated malt), and a combination of unpeated malts from a secret Japanese distillery.
Inspired by the puzzle analogy, where each distillery is an individual piece, this creation embodies a magical fusion where the final piece assembles the whole for an unprecedented taste experience. Master blenders Takahiko Inagaki of Saburomaru, Komei Shimono of T&T Toyama, and renowned whisky blogger Kuririn San have meticulously created this masterpiece. The Japanese Kumiko motif adorns the label, symbolizing the harmony of an assembled puzzle.
Product limited to 1 bottles per order.
Details The Last Piece Japanese Blended Malt
3 year old
Type of cask
Small Batch - Limited Edition
Number of bottles
The distillery Wakatsuru Saburomaru
The history of Saburomaru distillery located in Tonami city (Toyama prefecture) starts in 1952 when Wakatsuro Shuzo, sake brewer and shochu producer, obtained the license to distill whisky.
Malt distillation began in 1954 with the creation of the Sunshine blend, and will continue discontinuously until 2016 when Wakatsuru Shuzo made the decision to renovate its facilities in the Hokuriku area to dedicate them to the production of malt whisky.
Made of whiskies exclusively distilled, aged and bottled in Japan.
Notes of smoke, roasted coffee, toasted bread, charcoal, ...
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