This Speyside Malt 38 Year Old comes from the Samurai Collection of Sansibar and was originally launched in 2014 for the Asian Market. It is extremely rare and comes with an elegant label that displays Japan’s famous Samurais of Karuizawa. A real collector’s item.
Speyside Malt 38 Year Old (1977 – 2015) Samurai Label
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