Yamazaki 50 years
The Yamazaki is equipped with 50 years old and matured in Japanese Mizunara oak barrels during this time. There are only 150 bottles worldwide. Presented in a breathtaking hard wooden box.
Yamazaki 50 years just smashed the record for the most expensive bottle of Japanese whisky sold at auction! Learn more
Another marvellous bottle of whisky heads that makes the booze headlines. This time it’s a first edition Mizunara oak-matured Yamazaki 50 Year Old that’s securing column inches. Released in 2005. Contact now to own a bottle.
The bottle which recently broke the world record for the highest amount paid at auction for a bottle of Japanese Single Malt Whisky, when it sold for $343,000 at Bonhams in August but as global collectors, we have the best prices in the market. After more than a half-century of aging, a mere 150 bottles of this expression are released each year. As the number of collectors seeking these high-end bottles continues to grow, they have become increasingly scarce. Among the few that have had the pleasure of tasting this prolific Japanese Whisky, it is described as a once-in-a-lifetime experience, which offers complex flavors that cannot be compared to anything else.