Karuizawa Distillery was established in 1955 in the foothills of Mount Asama, an active volcano north-west of Tokyo, to make single malt in as traditional a manner as possible. At 850 metres above sea level, the distillery was the highest above sea levels in Japan; low temperatures and high humidity provided an ideal micro-climate for whisky production.
We bring you a set of extremely rare Karuizawa bottlings. It includes a bottle of the Karuizawa Vintage 1980-2015 at 61.6% ABV and a bottle of the Karuizawa Vintage 1981-2014 at 63.4% ABV. Featuring wonderful, Japanese-themed samurai labels and a box for storage, these are among the rarest Karuizawa bottles on earth.