This bottling was produced for, and only ever sold and released at the Scotch Whisky Research Centresinaugural Whisky Festival in Kyoto, on February 22, 2011. It is a wonderful label.
Caperdonich 19 Year (Kyoto Whisky Fair 2015)
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