Hunting down a Japanese Scotch

I had a Japanese Scotch that I liked at a restaurant once, and I cannot remember the name of it. I think it was a 15-18 year and had hints of cherry in it. I found a Yamazaki 12 year, but that is too buttery or butterscotchy to be the one that I am looking for.
Does anyone know the one I am thinking of?
-- Aaron W. Hsu | arcfide@sacrideo.us |
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Aaron W. Hsu
Am 27.01.2013 20:49, schrieb Aaron W. Hsu: > I had a Japanese Scotch that I liked at a restaurant once, and I cannot > remember the name of it. "Japanese Scotch" doesn't exist, Scotch is whisky from scotland. Do you mean Japanese Single Malt Whisky? > I think it was a 15-18 year and had hints of cherry in it. Sherry? > I found a Yamazaki 12 year, but that is too buttery or butterscotchy > to be the one that I am looking for. > > Does anyone know the one I am thinking of? > Nikka Yoichi 15, Suntory Yamazaki 18... dozens to hundreds of possibilities.
Marko
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Marko Renner

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