This stunning single cask Caol Ila 9 Year Old God of Water single malt was distilled at the famous Islay distillery in 2008 and matured in a bourbon cask for 9 years before being bottled for the Yamaichi Limited Edition Selection in 2017. The label design is as brilliant as the liquid inside. It features a huge dragon/sea-snake like monster with multi-coloured scales and four pure white eyes. Bottled at a cask strength of 57.7% and with a limited number of bottles available, this is a unique and rare release that any fan of Islay whisky will adore.
Caol Ila 9 Year Old God of Water
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