Yamazaki Limited Edition 2014 was tasted at Meeting No. 75 on November 29, 2018. Out of 5, we rated it exceptionally at 4.09. Yamazaki Limited Edition 2014 ranks 2nd overall in Japanese Whisky. Costing $650, this spirit is expensive, but worth it.
Soap (positive), sea airs, hay, crisp, light as air; maple syrup on the nose
Superbly balanced and lingers long after each sip. Gently floral, burnt honey, and a hint of brine on the finish.
Smells like Yama, even though it’s been awhile. Butterscotch. Slightly ferocious, but then the sweet sherry and port notes hammer the finish home. Delicious, but a tough price tag. Best for yachting.
Smells like caramel and circus peanuts. Soft and sweet up front with a sharp alcohol punch after the initial sip. Herby bright finish.
Whoa. Seems a bit more opulent than I was expecting! Fairly complex with a nice lingering finish. Not as dry as I was expecting either. Interesting for sure.
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