This gorgeous single malt was produced at the Ardmore distillery in 2009 and matured for 10 years before being bottled to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the famous “Fishing Diary”. It is a single cask whisky that is limited to just 228 bottles and features a stunning depiction of Mt.Fuji on the label. It’s a unique expression that was released specifically for the Japanese market, so it’s hard to find anywhere online.
Aird Mhor 2009 (Ardmore)
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