Single cask Karuizawa distilled in 1980 and bottled in August 2011 at 56.4% ABV. This ultra rare Japanese whisky was initially released as a Taiwan exclusive bottling. One Per Customer Only
A well-aged Japanese single malt from the not so well-known distillery, Shinshu. The whisky was distilled in 1986 and aged for three decades before it was bottled under the Mars label.
Matured in American oak Puncheon casks comes this 12-year-old single malt whisky from Hakushu. Fragrant forest leaves and citrus on the nose followed by a creamy, fruity and well rounded palate. It's long finish features a touch of smokiness.
From one of two Distiller's Reserve releases by Suntory comes this non-age-statement Hakushu bottling. Both light and heavily-peated malt was used to create this delicious Japanese single malt whisky.
A 1980 vintage Japanese whisky from the Karuizawa distillery which is now closed. Released in 2015, this is now a very rare and collectable whisky.
A release of only 50 bottles, this single cask Karuizawa was introduced at The Whisky Show 2015 with all proceeds going to the Nepal Appeal. It was distilled in 1983 and left to mature in sherry cask #3557 for over three decades, before it was bottled at natural cask strength. This bottle is Number 34.
A single cask Japanese whisky from the acclaimed Karuizawa distillery, distilled in 1984 and left to mature for 30 years in a single sherry cask (#5347). It was released exclusively for The Whisky Show 2014.
This is a well-aged whisky from a legendary closed Japanese distillery. It was distilled in 1977, aged for 31 years, before being bottled in 2009 for The Nectar Molenstraat, Belgium. Only 200 bottles were released.
A peated, high-strength Japanese single malt from Mars Nature of Shinshu series. A portion of the whisky used was matured in Japanese wine casks.
A single cask Japanese whisky drawn from bourbon barrel #1664 which was bottled for Number One Drinks Companys 10th anniversary. This was distilled in 2013 and bottled at 53.9% ABV. One Per Customer Only
Ever tried a non-age statement Japanese whisky? This Miyagikyo bottling by Nikka is a great place to start. Now available in a larger bottling as oppose to the 50cl version.
Nikka have used their two Coffey stills from their Miyagikyo distillery to produce this splended malt. Commonly most distilleries use their coffey stills to produce grain whisky, so this is different from the Japanese distillery. This expression was introduced to Nikkas handsome range in 2014. This whisky is quite rich, bottled at 45% ABV, and provides bags of flavour on the pa…