An exquisite Glen Moray 9 Year Old that was bottled by Three Rivers indie bottler and released specifically for the Japanese market. At Whisky Foundation we love Glen Moray and we are huge fans of Three Rivers so this bottle is a real winner in our eyes.
Glen Moray 9 Year Old ‘Whisky Lovers Nagoya’ (Three Rivers, 2007)
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