Saburomaru 1960 Single Malt 55 Years Cask Strength

The Oldest Japanese Single Malt Whisky Ever Released 155 bottles only

Wakatsuru Shozou Distillery is one of the long established, but not well known Japanese distilleries. Wakatsuru Distillery obtained a license to distill whisky in 1953 and has been producing a small amount of whisky on and off since this time.
This particular whisky is the Oldest Japanese Whisky ever released. It was distilled in 1960, aged in an ex-red wine casks and was bottled 55 years later. Only 155 bottles were released. Comes with original wooden box, a good old whisky indeed!

Bottle No.: 105

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