Karuizawa 1967 Vintage Single Cask 6426 La Maison Du Whisky 58.4% 1967


4.8 sterren - 2 professionele reviews
€ 19.995,00 (excl. BTW)
24.193,95 (in. BTW)
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Distileerderij Karuizawa
Bottelaar OB
Serie Vintage Single Cask Malt Whisky
Gebotteld voor La Maison du Whisky
Gedistilleerd op 1967
Gebotteld 17.08.2009
Land Japan
Streek Japan
Leeftijd 42
Cask Type Sherry Butt
Cask Nummer 6426
Alcohol percentage 58.4
Inhoud 0,70
Conditie In Original box
Etiket Perfect
Voorraad 1

Professionele reviews

BOW (95)

This is an old vintage bottle and the closure may have deteriorated; When opening care should be taken. The item is sold as described.

Little dent on box flap

Serge Valentin (95)

A cask that’s been shared between these two famous high-end whisky retailers that are Paris’ LMdW and London’s TWE.

Colour: dark amber.

Nose: this oldie is much more ‘tertiary’ than the 1972 when neat, much more on old leather, precious wood, dry sherry, pipe tobacco, Cuban cigars (in truth, a whole humidor), cedar wood, cough syrup, plum jam, very old Armagnac, a little tar, even whiffs of engine oil… What an amazing complexity! With water: it’s got everything an old sherried wonder can have. Spectacular whiffs of aniseed and dill, a little more beefy notes, absolutely no sulphur whatsoever. Enough said.

Mouth (neat): unexpectedly nervous, with a big but beautiful oakiness (typical notes of pine resin than one can find in very, very old whiskies), a lot of walnut liqueur, bitter chocolate, cherry stem tea, chewing tobacco, heavy liquorice, prunes, green tea from the oak, blackcurrant leaves tea… With water: I’m speechless. One of these very old pu-erh teas (yes, I know pu-erh is Chinese, not Japanese).

Finish: very long, superbly dry (coffee) and spicy (cloves) as well as beautifully raisiny. Some menthol.

Comments: once again, this baby reminds me of some old Springbanks. Say of the best sherried ‘Local Barleys’, if that rings a bell to you. A Japanese masterpiece but the 1972 was close!

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