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Mizunara Cask Whisky

If you've ever been interested in whisky, you've probably heard of the Mizunara Cask Whisky that uses the flavor of a certain type of tree's wood. It is a type of oak that is noted for adding a certain flavor to a drink. This essay will teach you about this oak, its origins, and how it affects the flavor of the beverage.

Matsui Mizunara Cask

The Kurayoshi Distillery in Tottori, Japan, produces the Matsui Mizunara Cask Whisky. In Jim Murray's whisky Bible, it was named Japanese Single Malt of the Year.

This whisky has received numerous accolades, including Double Gold at the San Francisco World Spirits Competition. The whisky is manufactured from unpeated barley malt and is matured in a number of different unique casks. It is only available in a limited quantity.

The Japanese Mizunara oak is famous for its distinct flavor. When used as a barrel, it gives the whisky a spicy flavor. The flavor also has hints of coconut and sandalwood.

Matsui Shuzo is a shochu distillery that has been in operation since 1910. It also manufactures single malt whiskies. Both are produced at the Tottori Prefecture distillery. The use of spring water in the distillation process contributes significantly to the uniqueness of these whiskies.

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