Rare Cask Mizunara
Inspired by the elegance of Japanese Whisky, this Mizunara Oak Cask release is an exquisite single malt whisky expression and one of a kind in our Rare Cask Series. Includes a complimentary 100ml bottle, for those who may want to keep their cask unopened, to taste, enjoy or share as you wish.
Balanced notes of bright coconut, sandalwood and orange blossom intertwine perfectly with fresh summer apples, lemon, rose and a hint of green tea.
Toasted Mizunara oak shines on the palate. More coconut and fresh apple, topped with tropical lychee and guava. Rounding out with crisp pear and cherry pie. Delicate, soft and complex all in one.
Long and lingering, with notes of orchard fruits and rich custard.
A Rare Cask
Crafted from one of the rarest and most expensive oaks in the world.
Mizunara Oak is one of the rarest and most expensive oaks in the world. The age-old tree, beautiful in form, grows slowly as both trunk and branches twist and turn. Time is the wisest counsellor of all, and it can take up to 200 years for this rare tree to suitably mature to be ready for the perfect whisky cask.
Craft and balance are then used to complement the unique Mizunara Oak, and our Head Distiller has carefully selected second fill bourbon casks from our Bothwell Distillery, ensuring a precise and mature spirit which subtly influences the oak, so that the rare Mizunara Oak shines through, from cask to glass.
COPPER MEDALLION: OWN A PART OF LARK HISTORY.
The copper medallion included around the neck of the bottle, meticulously handcrafted from a decomissioned Lark copper pot still, is a repurposed remnant of our rich and exciting history. A captivating marriage of old and new.
COMPLIMENTARY 100ML: BEGIN YOUR COLLECTION
For those who may want to keep their 700ml Rare Cask Mizunara unopened, a complimentary 100ml bottle is included with your purchase. Taste, enjoy or keep at your leisure.
ABOUT THE ILLUSTRATION
YUKO SHIMIZU (清水裕子) is a multi-award-winning Japanese illustrator with nearly 20 years of experience. YUKO SHIMIZU was chosen as one of the “100 Japanese People the World Respects” by Newsweek Japan. Her work includes multiple disciplines; from pages of The New York Times and TIME, to collaborations with the Smithsonian Museum and Library of Congress. For more information on YUKO SHIMIZU visit her website or follow her on Instagram.