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Kumesen Meiyo Single Grain Japanese Whisky 17yr 750ml

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750ml
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Japan
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Kumesen is one of the most famous distilleries in Japan. Through continuous research and innovation, Kumesen Distillery has reached an unrivaled sophistication. Meiyo whisky was distilled in 2001 and was aged for 17 years in bourbon casks. It's level of complexity is highly praised by whisky connoisseurs all over the world. A great addition to any whisky collector or enthusiast. Extensive aging has given this beautiful spirit smooth and creamy notes of vanilla, beeswax and a lingering and luxurious finish. Stunning balance and a clean finish of cloves, cinnamon,and tangerine peel makes this as compelling as it gets. Only 3600 bottles made!
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Kumesen Meiyo Single Grain Japanese Whisky 17yr 750ml

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Country: Japan

For those looking for something a little different from their wines, then Japan is an ideal location to look to. The two key national drinks of the country – sake rice wine, and plum wine – are equally delicious, unique and aromatic, and are becoming more and more popular in the west as our fascination with this far east country continues to grow. Plum wines are made in a similar way to grape based wines, but the result is quintessentially Japanese, as they are aromatic, sweet and flavorful, whilst being light and utterly drinkable. Sake, too, is light and dry, an excellent accompaniment to Japanese cuisine, and contains as much variety and interesting features as any other type of wine. Both the plums and the rice required to make such drinks grow in a wide range of regions of Japan, and as such, each region has their own style, making them an interesting set of drinks to explore.