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Yamato Samurai - Takeda Shingen Edition Mizunara Japanese Oak Cask

 
by Yamato
Original price $168.99 - Original price $168.99
Original price
$168.99
$168.99 - $168.99
Current price $168.99

The Japanese public preferred a softer, smoother, less-smokey version of whisky, and their master distillers worked tirelessly to cater to the public's flavor profile. The result, a whisky that rivals even the legendary scotches because of the quality and never before seen flavor and finishes. Not to mention Japan made the whisky Highball famous due to the light, sweet, and floral whiskies effect on sparkling water.

Tasting notes

Yamato does just that, pairing perfectly with the traditional Japanese whisky flavor profile. You can witness a silky smooth finish, beautiful fruits, and vanillas from the start. Yamato is your entrance into the world of high-end Japanese whisky. Enjoy it neat, on the rocks, or in a highball.

Brand
Yamato
Size
750 ml / VI
ABV
40.0
Country
Japan
Score
Whisky Advocate 91

Additional Product Info

About Yamato

Yamato was created by Aiko Importers after contacting one of the largest distilleries in Yamanshi Prefecture and learning of excess barrels of Japanese Whisky that were not assigned to a market could be acquired Aiko was able to contract for this whisky and under Japanese authority developed Yamato label to be bottled exclusively as a small batch Japanese Whisky.

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The Takeda Armor

The Takeda Armor is a type of samurai armor that originated in Japan during the Muromachi period (1336-1573). It was named after Takeda Shingen, a famous Japanese daimyo who was known for his military prowess and leadership. The Takeda Armor was designed to protect samurai warriors during battle and was known for its high level of functionality and durability. The armor was designed to be lightweight and flexible, allowing samurai warriors to move quickly and efficiently on the battlefield. Today, the Takeda Armor is considered a highly prized and valuable artifact of Japanese history and culture.

Takeda Armor Highball

Ingredients:

- 2 oz. Yamato Takeda Armor Whisky

- 4-6 oz. soda water

- Ice cubes

- Lemon wedge, for garnish (optional)

Instructions:

1. Fill a highball glass with ice cubes.

2. Pour Yamato Takeda Armor Whisky over the ice.

3. Top off with soda water, leaving about an inch of space at the top of the glass.

4. Stir gently with a spoon to combine the ingredients.

5. Garnish with a lemon wedge, if desired.

6. Serve immediately and enjoy!

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