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Suntory chief blender Shinji Fukuyo used the same lot of whiskies for Sherry Cask 2016 that produced the 2013 edition, except they had an additional two years to mature.
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"It would be really easy for us to simply release all the whisky stock we have, and then move to whiskies that no longer have any age statements, but we don't want to do that," says Suntory global brand ambassador Mike Miyamoto, seen here with a bottle of Yamazaki Sherry Cask 2016.

Sequel to the world's best whisky

Yamazaki Sherry Cask 2016 single malt is already expensive and hard to find.

WHISKY aficionados will have noticed that it's startlingly difficult to buy a bottle of Japanese single malt these days. Duty-free shops at Changi Airport have run out of stock, but if you're lucky, you might find a handful of blends. And the few retail stores here that have them are charging an