YAMAZAKI 18, 28 Apr 2011

Thoughts on Yamazaki 18

Noses of raisins or sultanas and other fruits.  Possibly cinnamon apple. Fruity oily mouthfeel. Thick and coats the mouth. Oaky Spiciness .  Malt and a hint of smoke. Big thick malt certainly full bodied. Slight cherry hints. Complex.  Long finish with tones of boiled fruit, maybe prunes. Without a doubt we would pick one up despite the cost, for the cabinet.

About Al McColl

Co-Founder of The Pacific Whisky Society, and currently the Depository Archivist of PWS: Victoria.
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