Recently held an annual prestigious event World Whiskies Award, organized by the authoritative magazine WHISKY.
In the fight for the title of best whiskey attended the most famous representatives, resulting in the victory went to the Japanese whiskey Yamazaki 1984.
What kind of whiskey and who makes the best malt beverage in the world?
The first distillery in the history of Japanesewhiskey production was built in 1923 by businessman Shinjiro Tori in the countryside, surrounded by bamboo forests. The mild climate and spring water have allowed the company to create a Suntory whiskey with delicate, subtle and complex flavor. It is at this modern distillery and the winner for the best whiskey was created - Yamazaki 1984 which shows good production traditions of the country.
Suntory Company carefully selects malt alcohols from a huge variety of malt distillate.
To date, the company's products included in thea certain group, where, in addition to it, there are five long been the world's leading producers of Scotch - Irish, Scots, Americans and Canadians. Single malt whiskey Yamazaki in 1984 based on malt alcohols, which are produced solely in one, proven over the years the site. Also Yamazaki 1984 Suntory company also produces Hibiki blended whiskey made from a mixture of grain and malt spirits. Due to its unique recipes, the company Suntory has made its products well-known not only in Japan but also worldwide.
All of the best whiskey in the world. And as he chose?
Whisky Yamazaki 1984 was first released in 2009, in very limited quantities and it is today a rare drink bottling. Currently in Europe only two hundred bottles sold Yamazaki 1984 and the United States of America - only three hundred bottles. The winner of the World Whiskies Award - a prestigious collector and alcohol, which is much appreciated by amateurs of high-quality whiskey and versatile flavor.
In the US, one bottle of single malt whiskey is sold at a price of $ 600 per bottle.
Interestingness Yamazaki 1984 lies in the fact thatcomposition whiskey rozlitogo with 48% alcohol, contains a certain amount of alcohols which were kept in unique barrels. Last made of valuable Japanese oak called "midzunara" whereby Yamazaki 1984 has a heavy sherry flavor blends perfectly with the original dry notes of spices and resins.
At the heart of Yamazaki 1984 are juicy fruittaste toffee and molasses. The versatility of this whiskey shows hints of sweet ripe fruit, choice of raisins, vanilla, blackberry jam with hints of mint and noble leather and nuts. Notes of Japanese oak midzunara appear alive shades of spice and tar warming aftertaste.