Kyoto Cask Aged Dry Gin / Ghost Series #13
This gin is extra special as it was matured in casks.
The Kyoto Distillery’s “Ki Noh Bi” Dry Gin is also the first Japanese gin to collaborate with the Noh Theatre, like the legendary Karuizawa distillery did before it. Noh is one of Japan’s traditional performing arts. This particular release also carries the Yase Otoko mask which was created in the 17th century.
This is the thirteenth in the Ghost Series, a selection of rare Japanese whiskies (and now gins) from former Nonjatta chief editor, Stefan Van Eycken.
Each bottle in the collection features a Yukiyo-e artwork from Yoshitoshi's New Forms of 36 Ghosts.
This bottling was produced exclusively for Spirits for Small Change.
This is one of only 24 bottles.
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Due to the various ages of bottles and their seals, condition of liquid is at the buyer's discretion and no claim can be lodged against failure/leakage in transit.