The Matsui Sakura Cask
Double distilled in pot stills then aged in Sakura oak casks the famous and iconic Japanese cherrytree. Often used as a metaphor on ephemerality of beauty and life It always has been a source of inspiration for Japanese artists.
Clear light amber
Rich, full and sweet with cherry blossom flavors
Intense and light at the same time, cherry blossom flavors
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Almost five years since we formed the GlenAllachie Distillers Company, bringing the distillery back into private ownership, we released the very special expression as an extension of our core range. Our Master Distiller, Billy Walker, has worked tirelessly on perfecting this expression since day one; evaluating casks and refining recipes to create something special. We’re proud to present the jewel in our crown; the GlenAllachie 15 years old.
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