Renowned Japanese whisky maker Suntory is gifting the world with its oldest release yet but at a much higher price than when it was initially released in Japan.
A taste of history: The Yamazaki 55, the oldest single malt Japanese whisky release in House of Suntory’s history, has a “deep amber color; robust aroma redolent of sandalwood and well-ripened fruit; sweet, slightly bitter and woody palate; and slightly bitter yet sweet and rich finish,” according to a press release.
You can now get drunk on durian. Literally.
As it turns out, Durian Whisky is now a thing in Singapore, and it’s all the rage among those both drawn to the “King of Fruits” and good old alcohol.