I’ve written a few times of an amazing blended malt. And it would be me aiming low and hitting if I copied that here.
Whiskies that were under strength, from the 70s, that were thought to be unsellable. And someone far smarter, more talented than I took those whiskies, and has made many blends after aging them for 10 years with some Glenfarclas in an ex-sherry cask.
Isn’t that motivational? Someone took casks that were tossed aside that no one would use, and they put in the time to make something that, so far, I’ve enjoyed.
Suffice to say, these casks have been stepping forth across the world. So much so, that an independent bottler in Japan ended up with their own bottling.
The Whisky Agency Three Rivers Tokyo Blended Malt is a beautiful label, as required by whisky law in Japan. However how is the whisky? The last one…
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