Is the Yamazaki at $60,000 Worth It?

A box made of rare wood and packaging created by Japanese craftspeople, a crystal bottle embellished with fine gold, the venerable age of 55, the first years of which were given over to the creator himself, let’s add to that a limited edition of just 100 bottles… That’s quite a collection of good reasons to justify beyond doubt the price of this “anniversary” creation, the oldest from Yamazaki, aimed at a market of fine connoisseurs.

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