This Islay whisky from Three Rivers indie bottling company was bottled specifically for the Whisky Lovers Nagoya Festival in Japan. It is a cask strength single malt (coming in at 53.1%) and is full of the delightful notes of Scotland’s most famous whisky producing island. Features Three Rivers signature artistic labeling.
Islay ‘Whisky Lovers Nagoya’ (Three Rivers, 2007)
Released specifically for the Whisky Lovers Nagoya Festival in Japan.
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