While we’ll always hold a candle in our hearts (and stomachs) for bourbon and other American whiskeys, the European world of whisky that is Scotch is far more evolved than anything you’ll find stateside. Case in point–Glenfiddich’s Single Malt Grand Yozakura 29 Year Old Whisky Finished in Rare Japanese Awamori Casks. It’s Glenfiddich, so it’s great scotch and it’s old. It’s a rare, limited-edition Glenfiddich, so it just gets better. Cards on the table, it’s the first Single Malt Scotch whisky finished in Japanese Awamori casks, which makes a rare whisky that has spent the better part of three decades (29 years) maturing in American and Oak casks before being finished in the aforementioned rare Japanese Awamori Casks for an unforgettable taste. We love it. You’ll love it. Hopefully you can get a bottle of your own. If you want to own a Glenfiddich Single Malt Grand Yozakura Is a 29 Year Old Whisky Finished in Rare Awamori Cask and you can’t find it at your local spot, you can enter the national lottery at the link below.