There is a reason that Karuizawa is called the gold standard of Japanese whisky; it only continues to grow more rare and valuable each year. The distillery closed its doors in 2011, although it had not been producing whisky for over a decade. Being a silent distillery, everything from Karuizawa is a rare collector’s whisky and this Karuizawa 1964 is one of the oldest Karuizawa bottles released to date. Distilled in September 1964 and matured for 48 years in a single Sherry Cask #3603. Exclusively bottled in December 2012 with only 143 bottles released. Well aged bottles of Karuizawa are the ultimate collector’s item and are among the highest prized whiskies in the world.
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