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The Soul of Japan

by Allen Jason

posted in Food and Drink

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The Land of the Rising Sun has a soul like no other. I am not talking about religion, spiritualism, or even Bushido. I am talking about a soul that will awaken your senses and ignite your imagination. Whisky is that soul I am talking about and it is not like anything you have felt before.
It really doesn't take much to feel the soul of Japan when taking a sip of Japanese whisky. The one with the biggest soul of them all is Yamazaki Whisky. With every smell and taste, you get a sense of the craftsmanship that went into making such a beautiful piece of drinking art.
The non whisky drinker might not understand all the complexities of whisky so let me try to open up your soul to Yamazaki Whisky.
Yamazaki Distiller's Reserve
Mild with fresh fruit
Colour: gold
Nose: strawberry, cherry, Japanese oak
Palate: raspberry, white peach, touch of coconut
Finish: sweet vanilla, clear finish with, hint of cinnamon
Yamazaki 12 Years Old
Succulent with soft fruit.
Colour: pure gold
Nose: peach, pineapple, grapefruit, clove, candied orange, vanilla, Japanese oak
Palate: coconut, cranberry, butter
Finish: sweet ginger, cinnamon, long finish
Yamazaki 18 Years Old
Rich with mature autumn fruit.
Color: deep amber
Nose: raisin, apricot, cafe au lait, Japanese oak
Palate: blackberry, strawberry jam, dark chocolate
Finish: long, spicy, smooth
Yamazaki 25 Years Old
Deep and complex with dried fruit. Succulent with soft fruit.
Colour: mahogany
Nose: dried cherry, currant, tomato puree, balsamic, walnut
Palate: marmalade, coffee, cocoa, almond
Finish: profound, hint of acidity
As you can see there are a lot of great choices. If you are more into the a light to mild fruity taste then the distiller's reserve is the one for you. The older the whisky the more complex the taste gets. Yamasaki whisky is truly something to admire. Any whisky lover will fall in love with this great whisky.
It is made with only the purest waters in Japan and some of the most rigorous making processes for any liquor/spirit. Japanese whisky came from Scotland but since then it has become a whisky that is known the world over. Yamazaki 25 Year Old was awarded "Best Japanese Single Malt" at the 2013 World Whisky Awards. Jim Murray's Whisky Bible 2015 awarded Yamazaki Single Malt Sherry Cask 2013 the title of World Whisky of the Year.
The soul of Japan is a beautiful glass of Yamazaki Whisky. One sip of this beautiful drink you will feel the harmonious nature that hits your soul. A very special whisky to end a night or any special occasion that may come. Your soul is cleaned and purified in a way that cannot be described but has to be experienced to truly understand. Do yourself a favour and go out and buy a bottle at your local alcohol shop. If you still unsure and your local bar serves this amazing whisky, please give it a try. You will not regret it.
About the Author: If you enjoyed reading this post my blog is at https://drinksandbooks.wordpress.com

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