Saburomaru 1960 55 Year Old Japanese Single Malt
This is the oldest bottled Japanese whisky ever...
Wakatsuru Shozou own Saburomaru Distillery, which has been producing limited amounts of whisky since 1952/3, This was distilled in 1960 and matured in a red wine cask with the characteristics of "Port" for 55 years.
The malt was heavily peated and distilled in a continuous still (By current Scotch Whisky Association rules this wouldn't be allowed to be called a single malt if produced in Scotland).
Bottle number 75 of only 155 bottles.
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