It’s so obvious, to cultivate and advance yourself you’ve to keep your mind opened. It still happens that the old world elitists in the world of fine whisky are reserved in relation to unknown or unestablished labels. But it’s sometimes a Scotch that persuades your malt spoiled palate, or a Rye that accomplishes to catch your attention. Especially whiskeys are not solely marked by heritage, the ingredients are the rudder of the drip’s value. Encouraged for something new, Japan’s oldest distillery offers an aqua vitae derived from the purest water the Far East is so famous for. Suntory’s Yamazaki is a single malt that seeks competition with a distinctive taste and a well-balanced, smooth character. Both the 12- and 18- year old drips mature in three different kinds of oak to reveal a pleasant full-bodied taste that invites every connoisseur to savor a sip.