This Old Rhosdhu 28 Year Old was distilled at the Loch Lomond distillery, in the Scottish Highlands, in 1992 and matured in a single hogshead cask, before being bottled for the Whisky Lovers Nagoya festival in 2020. It’s an exclusive for the Japanese market, making it hard to get your hands on elsewhere. A real beauty.
Old Rhosdhu 28 Year Old ‘Whisky Lovers Nagoya 2020’
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