Kurayoshi Pure Malt Japanese Whisky Aged 21 years

This wonderful Kurayoshi Pure Malt release was carefully matured for 21 years and uniquely presented in a stunning wooden box. This rarety could present as a collectable item.Tasting: This is extremely yummy, although lighter in body and palate than many seasoned pure malt drinkers might expect from an 21-year-old. Its very pretty, though, with an appreciable elegance.

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