A quality 17-year-old whisky from Suntory, this Hibiki was produced using aged malt and grain whiskies. Awarded "Editors Choice" from the Whisky Magazine, a top Japanese blend this one that's also quite sought after nowadays.
Released in celebration of Hibiki's 30th anniversary comes this beautiful limited edition bottling of Hibiki Harmony, featuring blends of whisky aged in a combination of sherry casks, American white oak and Mizunara oak casks. The result is something truly special from the work of Master Blender Shingo Torii.
Hibiki Japanese Harmony is a non-age statement whisky released under the guidance of master blender Shingo Torii. The whisky is made up of malt whiskies taken from Hakushu and Yamazaki, whilst some grain is also used from the Chita distillery. Theyve used American white oak, sherry casks and Mizunara oak to create the blend.
This is something we were all waiting some time for, the excellent 12-year-old Japanese blended whisky from the Nikka distillery. Soft-luscious fruits and toffee notes with some spice.
Nikka Whisky from the Barrel is a whisky bursting with flavour as well as being incredible value for money. This little bottle has so much to give! Great fruit and spices on the nose with a touch of quality oakiness. A mouth full of fruitiness on the palate with those sensuous toffee and caramel flavours that coat the cheeks finishing with spice. A dram with a finish that gives...
Revival is a limited edition bottling from the Nikka Label, made using a blend of Nikka and Yoichi whiskies and released exclusively for Europe. Lots of oak and spice with some honey notes too.
A very, very well-aged blended Japanese whisky from the Nikka distillery, featuring some 1940s and 1950s stocks from Yoichi and Miyagikyo! This striking 40 year old comes housed in a wooden presentation case alongside a brochure and a Nikka-branded whisky tumbler.
A 12 year old Japanese blended whisky from the Togouchi range by Chugoku Jozo. They produce this expression by combining Scotch malt whisky and grain whisky from Canada. They also house their casks in un-used railway tunnel.
From the Chugoku Jozo distillery in Japan, this blended Japanese whisky was aged for 15 years in old railway tunnels near the distillery. The whisky is comprised of Scotch single malt and Canadian grain whisky, bottled at 43.8% ABV.
An 18 year old expression from the Togouchi range, made from a blend of Scotch single malt and Canadian grain whisky. The casks are lay in an old railway tunnel, ageing away nicely. Nothing unusual about that, right?
This one won’t be on many whisky drinker’s radar. It’s a 9 year old blend produced by Chugoku Jozo's as part of their Togouchi whiskies, which uses spirit from Scotland and Canada of all places. Curiously it’s aged in a Japanese railway tunnel!